Parcel delivery to Malaysia
Welcome to parcel delivery to Malaysia from Parcel2ship.co.uk. We have delivery options from DHL and Parcelforce and can deliver a package up to 49Kg in weight. Use our "Quick Quote" option below to find the best delivery service for your parcel.
When you send a parcel to Malaysia, we will arrange for it to be collected from your UK address and will courier it to mainland Malaysia including all major cities such as Ampang Jaya, Ipoh, Johor Bahru, Klang and Kuala Lumpur.
Customs documentation has to be prepared for deliveries to Malaysia. Click here for template customs documents.
Parcel delivery to Malaysia, with parcel2ship.co.uk, can be done effortlessly.
Situated in Southeast Asia, Malaysia comprises of thirteen states and three federal territories. The South China Sea flows through the country, dividing the country into Peninsular Malaysia that lies on the west and Malaysian Borneo which can be found on the east. The state is surrounded by Thailand, Indonesia, Brunei, Singapore, Vietnam and the Philippines. The latter two countries are separated from Malaysia by the South China Sea whereas the Straits of Johor run between Singapore and Malaysia. Sending a parcel to Malaysia from any of these parts is possible due to convenient Parcelforce and DHL parcel services and courier services that are facilitated by well- maintained transportation facilities.
The present day federal constitutional monarchy of Malaysia has emerged from the Malay Kingdoms. This region was under the governance of the Srivijaya Empire that was later overtaken by the Parameswara Empire. In between these two forms of governance, the British Empire established a rule over the country during the 18th century. As a former colonial country, Malaysia has a strong relationship with the United Kingdom. This makes shipping to Malaysia from the United Kingdom easier as it removes linguistic barriers that can impede the delivery process.
After achieving independence, Malaysia grew into one of the most economically viable nations on the Asian continent. It maintained an average 6.5% GDP in the first 50 years. Apart from economic development, the country strives to build international ties. It has joined up with the Association of Southeast Asian Nations, Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation, and Commonwealth of Nations among others. Parcel delivery to Malaysia is rendered easier as a result of the country's willingness to co-operate with other nations.
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