Sending Goods To Vietnam And Taiwan

It is usually safe to use courier delivery companies like DHL or FedEx rather than unknown companies when you want to send your goods. Goods sometimes may get lost when they get to their destination, so using a professional courier service would be the most secure way although they can be expensive.


Proper packaging is very necessary when shipping goods to avoid damaging some items. When sending fragile items, it is advisable to use internal packaging to protect them during transit.

What To Know

Payment methods in Taiwan and Vietnam are cash on delivery and bank cards. Saturdays and Sundays are non-working days so you might experience a delay for your goods within those days. Public holidays are non-working days too.

Custom Regulations

Never forget that your goods are more likely to be opened by the customs as soon as it gets to its destination, so it is important to label the contents accurately. When you send goods to Vietnam (ส่ง ของ ไป เวียดนาม, which is the term in Thai), the customs officials hand over a slip of paper to the recipient with information which shows the time and location in which certain goods that arrived should be claimed. Once the deadline for collecting the goods is missed, it would be sent back to where it came from, and the sender would lie for any charge.

Shipping Restrictions And Prohibitions

When you want to send goods to Vietnam or send to Taiwan (ส่ง ของ ไป ไต้หวัน, which is the term in Thai), you have an idea of what is allowed into the country and what is not allowed. Some restricted items include drugs, Plants, Seeds, Animals. While the prohibited items include counterfeit goods, explosives, chemicals, hazardous materials, and so on. The list of items which are restricted changes frequently, so it’s best to always look into the official customs page before sending your goods.