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Parcel Delivery and Courier Services to Malaysia

While small, the peninsula of Malaysia is a powerful and stable economy, holding the title as the 26th largest economy in the world.  British interest in Malaysia began in the 17th century. However, the bilateral relationship seemed to be neglected for years, until a much-needed push in 2011 that sparked a renewed sense of purpose and hope for both nations. Now, an increased focus on education, defence, skills and trade has helped improve tourism and business between the UK and Malaysia.  With more than 14,000 Malaysian students in the UK, and the increase in British University campuses on the peninsula, the need for cost-effective and fast courier services to Malaysia has developed. Additionally, the multicultural country attracts UK tourists and expats with its rich cultural heritage, stunning natural beauty, the world’s oldest tropical rainforests and diverse flora and fauna.

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Transport and Courier Routes in Malaysia

While small, the peninsula of Malaysia is a powerful and stable economy, holding the title as the 26th largest economy in the world.  British interest in Malaysia began in the 17th century. However, the bilateral relationship seemed to be neglected for years, until a much-needed push in 2011 that sparked a renewed sense of purpose and hope for both nations. Now, an increased focus on education, defence, skills and trade has helped improve tourism and business between the UK and Malaysia.  With more than 14,000 Malaysian students in the UK, and the increase in British University campuses on the peninsula, the need for cost-effective and fast courier services to Malaysia has developed. Additionally, the multicultural country attracts UK tourists and expats with its rich cultural heritage, stunning natural beauty, the world’s oldest tropical rainforests and diverse flora and fauna. 

Following the colonial era, Malaysia inherited a well-developed transit infrastructure system, but it was one that left room for plenty of improvement. Now Britain can lend its expertise in engineering to assist the country in expanding its mass railway system. The long-established and newly improved roadways have been extremely effective in providing easy access across the country and cheap delivery services in Malaysia. The country is also accessible by air and water, and it’s proximity to Vietnam, Singapore, Thailand and Cambodia has made it an even more attractive destination for tourists and businesses.

Malaysia uses a five digit postal code with the first two digits indicating the state or federal territory. However, it is common for postcode boundaries to intersect with state borders, and when this happens, destinations may instead utilise the postcode assigned by the servicing post office. Kuala Lumpur, the nation’s capital, uses postcodes that start between the numbers 50 and 60.

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The improved relations between the UK and Malaysia, and the subsequent benefits including cultural and educational exchanges, improved transport infrastructure and the development of Malaysia’s oil and gas industry, have driven up the demand for fast and cheap parcel delivery to Malaysia. For as little as £34.26, MPD’s International Drop-off service provides three to five day delivery.