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Send a Parcel to Taiwan

Deliveries to Taiwan are easy with myParcelDelivery.com!

For an instant online quote, simple enter your parcel dimensions and weight into the booking pod above, select 'Taiwan' as the destination country and then click 'Get Free Quote'.

How the Service Works

Here at myParcelDelivery.com, we've teamed up with some of the world's most reliable couriers - such as UPS and DPD - this means we can offer your an even better rate than if you were to go to the couirer directly. By booking with us, you could be saving yourself up to a massive 70% on the RRP, and also take advantage of several additional added benefits…

  • Free standard transit cover (additional available)
  • Live customer support
  • Door to door delivery
  • Instant online tracking
  • Delivery confirmation email

What's more, because we've only partnered with the most reliable couriers in the market, you can be sure of a secure delivery every time - from collection, right through to customs clearing and delivery.

Book Online Now…

You can book your delivery to Taiwan in a matter of minutes, by following our simple 3-step booking guide.

  1. Pop your parcel details and destination country into the booking pod at the top of the page.
  2. Click 'Get Free Quote', and then select a service from the options provided.
  3. Enter your payment details and click 'submit' - we'll take care of the rest!

Shipping Documents

Upon successful booking, we'll send you all the shipping labels that you'll need. Please make sure that you attach these to your parcel(s) before the courier arrives to collect them, otherwise they may be refused. It is advised that you protect the shipping labels by sealing them in a clear plastic wallet before securing them to your boxes.

Taiwan Customs and Excise

Before sealing up your boxes, we recommend reviewing which items are either prohibited or restricted from entering Taiwan. We've created a quick guide here, but for additional information you should refer to the official customs documentation.