Postage to Thailand

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Shipping from the UK to Thailand

As one of Asia’s up-and-coming tiger cub economies, it’s no surprise that Thailand has a booming import and export business. And with over 50,000 British nationals currently living there, it’s a pretty popular destination for parcels from the UK.

This is exactly why you need a reliable Courier service when shipping from the UK to Thailand. Whether you’re sending UK treats to loved ones, or you’re expanding your side hustle overseas, our Couriers have made sending a parcel to Thailand easy.

Of course, if its ultimate destination is further afield in countries like China and Australia, then no issues for us either. We deliver to over 200+ countries and territories worldwide, meaning, no matter where it’s heading, our Couriers will get it there.

How much does shipping to Thailand cost?

Even though Thailand is located around the other side of the world, we still offer everyone who needs to send a parcel to Thailand with us great prices and reliable shipping, so you know your package is in good hands. But if you want to get the best price possible on your parcel when shipping from the UK to Thailand, remember to provide us with your package’s exact weight. We price all of our parcels per 250g, so by entering its specific details, you’ll know you’re not paying any more than you have to. Look at our price and weight table below to see how little postage to Thailand costs:

Parcel size Prices from
Parcel size 250g Prices from £9.79
Parcel size 500g Prices from £12.41
Parcel size 1kg Prices from £16.08
Parcel size 2kg Prices from £18.42
Parcel size 5kg+ Prices from £24.53

National holidays in Thailand

As with all countries we send to, Thailand celebrates numerous national holidays throughout the year, each of which has the potential to increase delivery times. That’s why we recommend sending before these dates to ensure your parcel arrives promptly:

  • New Year’s Day – 01-02/01/24
  • Makha Bucha – 06/03/24
  • Chakri Day – 06/04/24
  • Songkran – 13-17/04/24
  • Labour Day – 01/05/24
  • Coronation Day – 04/05/24
  • H.M. Queen’s Birthday – 03/06/24
  • Visakha Bucha Day – 03/06/24
  • H.M. King’s Birthday – 28/06/24
  • Asahna Bucha Day – 01/08/24
  • H.M. Queen Mother’s Birthday – 14/08/24
  • Prince Mahidol Day – 24/09/24
  • The Passing of King Bhumibol – 13/10/24
  • Chulalongkorn Day – 23/10/24
  • King Bhumibol’s Birthday – 05/12/24
  • Thailand Constitution Day – 10-11/12/24
  • Public Holiday – 29/12/24
  • New Year’s Eve – 31/12/24

On top of these dates, it’s also important to remember that different regions of Thailand also celebrate certain local holidays. These could also increase the amount of time it takes our Couriers to deliver your parcel, so be sure to check for any of these before sending to Thailand.

How to send a parcel to Thailand

We’ve made it simple for you to start shipping to Thailand with our three easy sending methods:

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You can book your postage to Thailand through our ParcelShops either online, with our app, or in person. Once you’ve booked your parcel, just head straight to your nearest ParcelShop, hand it to the cashier, and they’ll make sure your Courier gets it.

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Just as with our ParcelShops, you can book a spot in one of our Lockers either online or by using our app. When you’re ready, simply head to your nearest Locker, scan your barcode, and pop your parcel inside – safe and secure for our Couriers to collect.

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Courier Collection

In need of a pick-up from your home or place of work? You can arrange for one of our local Couriers to collect your parcel directly from your doorstep on a day of your choice. We’ll even provide you with a 1-hour estimated time of arrival on the day so you know when to be in.

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Sending multiple parcels to Thailand

If you need to send multiple parcels to Thailand regularly, then you can make the process easier by using our Bulk Integrations tool. Simply follow the steps below:

  1. Link your Evri account with your marketplace seller’s account or upload your parcels using a CSV file
  2. Book your parcels in one go
  3. Package up your items and print off your postage label at home or in-store
  4. Send your parcels using any of our 14,000+ UK ParcelShops and Lockers or book a Courier Collection for pick-up

Why send internationally with Evri?

It doesn’t matter how far your parcel needs to go, you get all of the following sending benefits when you choose Evri:

What you can and can’t send to Thailand

While there are lots of things you can send to Thailand with our Couriers, there are a few exceptions to be aware of. So, make sure you read our prohibited items list before booking your parcel to Thailand to check your items are okay to be sent. Otherwise, we may not be able to deliver your package.

We also recommend looking at the IATA Dangerous Goods Regulations and the UK Civil Aviation Authority guides for the latest restrictions for shipping to Thailand via airlines.

How to format an address when shipping to Thailand

When you send a parcel to Thailand, you'll need to follow the correct address structure laid out below:

  • The recipient’s name
  • The house/flat number
  • The street name
  • The district
  • The province followed by the postcode
  • The country name in capitals

For example:

Mr J. Bloggs

17/24 Soi Yos Anee

Chaofa West Road


Phuket 83130


But don’t worry if you’re struggling to get the address format right; so long as you enter all the details required, we’ll make sure the address is formatted correctly when you print your label.

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