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With Parcel2Go, you’re guaranteed quick parcel delivery to Indonesia. Our international delivery partners have decades of experience between them in getting parcels to their recipients safely and securely.
Shipping to Indonesia means dealing with Indonesian Customs regulations, but it doesn’t have to be a chore. We’re here to help with paperwork and planning so your items arrive at their planned destination with the minimum of delay.
We recommend checking national holidays and non-working days (Saturday and Sunday). Your parcel might not reach its destination on time if there are delays such as these, so make sure to take them into account when booking.
Our quick quote tool will give you the best price you’ll find for parcel delivery to Indonesia - and if you read on, you’ll find tips and information on all you’ll need to know before you book. Get started now!
The Indonesian list of prohibited items runs parallel with that of China, with both banning things like photography and print media. Before you send a parcel, it’s important to check your package doesn’t include any items that are prohibited or your parcel might be delayed or even destroyed. Take a look at our full prohibited items list before you ship to Indonesia.
You’ll be required to complete the necessary customs duties when posting to Indonesia since delivery from the UK to Asia is classed as international.
Thankfully, Parcel2Go have got you covered. Whenever you book international delivery with us, we’ll send over all the documents you need to get your parcel through customs. That’s one less thing to worry about!
Postage to Indonesia starts at as little as £9.70 when you buy through Parcel2Go. We work closely with the world’s best couriers, including DPD, UPS and TNT, to ensure that the services our customers get are better and cheaper than anywhere else.
Addressing to Indonesia is very similar to the UK format. However, since there are a few details that vary from our home style, it’s worth familiarising yourself with this addressing guide issued by the Universal Postal Union before you send your parcel.