Services to Russia and Belarus are currently suspended

This website no longer works in Internet Explorer.

Please upgrade to Microsoft Edge or use a different browser e.g. Chrome, Firefox

Close this message

Send a Parcel To Thailand Fast - DHL Courier Delivery

  • Send a parcel to Thailand from £40.95 in 2 working days
  • Send letters, documents & parcels up to 25kg when dropping off, and up to 100kg when booking a courier collection
  • Real-time tracked & door-to-door delivery
  • Book a courier collection online or by calling DHL Customer Service - you’ll need to print parcel labels and customs documents; weigh and measure your own packaging
  • Pre 09:00, pre 12:00, and insurance services are available when booking a collection online or by phone  
  • Drop off at over 1,200 locations across the UK
  • No need to weigh, measure or print when dropping off your parcel and prices are determined by the size of the free box or envelope you choose and the zone that you’re sending it to

Thailand, positioned in the central region of Southeast Asia within the Tropics, is renowned for its exquisite beaches and ancient ruins. It shares its eastern borders with Laos and Cambodia, flanked to the west by Myanmar and the Andaman Sea, and to the south, it neighbours Malaysia. The China Sea touches Thailand's southern tip, forming the picturesque Gulf of Thailand. Thailand hosts numerous popular tourist destinations, including the culturally vibrant Chiang Mai, the tranquil island of Koh Samui, and its bustling capital, Bangkok.

You can send a parcel to Thailand with DHL Express’ secure and fast delivery network, knowing that it will reach its destination safely and on time. As DHL Express is one of the world’s leading courier services delivering to locations in more than 220 countries and territories worldwide, you can trust us with your parcel.

Parcel delivery to Thailand with DHL takes as little as 2 working days. We also provide door-to-door delivery service and ensure parcels are signed for. You can also track your package’s journey for free via WhatsApp chat or online. WhatsApp calls are not supported. You don't need to open an account to use DHL Express services. 

How do I send a parcel to Thailand?

Choose from three delivery options. If you would like to book a parcel collection, this can be done through our online DHLitNow service or by speaking to Customer Service. Alternatively, if you would prefer to drop off your parcel, you can use a DHL Service Point location. Simply complete your parcel details online, then pack your items into our free packaging provided and pay to send your parcel when in store.


National Holidays 2024*
  • 1 January, Monday - New Year's Day
  • 2 January, Tuesday - New Year Holiday
  • 24 February, Saturday - Makha Bucha Day
  • 26 February, Monday - Makha Bucha Holiday
  • 6 April, Saturday - Chakri Day
  • 8 April, Monday - Chakri Day Holiday
  • 13 - 16 April, Saturday to Tuesday - Songkran Festival
  • 1 May, Wednesday - Labour Day
  • 4 May, Saturday - Coronation of King Vajiralongkorn
  • 6 May, Monday - Coronation of King Vajiralongkorn Holiday
  • 22 May, Wednesday - Visakha Bucha Day
  • 3 June, Monday - Queen Suthida’s Birthday
  • 20 July, Saturday - Asahna Bucha Day
  • 22 July, Monday - Asahna Bucha Holiday Day
  • 28 July, Sunday - King Vajiralongkorn’s Birthday
  • 28 July, Monday - King Vajiralongkorn Birthday Holiday
  • 12 August, Monday - Her Majesty Queen Mother’s Birthday
  • 13 October, Sunday - Passing of His Majesty, the late King
  • 14 October, Monday - Passing of His Majesty, the late King Holiday
  • 23 October, Wednesday - Chulalongkorn Memorial Day
  • 5 December, Thursday - His Majesty the late King’s Birthday
  • 10 December, Tuesday - Constitution Day

* Public holidays in Thailand may affect our estimated transit times.

Compare DHL courier services for parcel delivery to Thailand

DHL Express online tracking is the fastest way to find out where your parcel is.

Tracking number not 10 digits? Track your shipment on the DHL eCommerce UK (formerly DHL Parcel UK) website! 

Thailand country facts
  • The country's diverse landscape includes mountainous regions in the north, a high plateau in the northeast, a verdant central plain, and beautiful tropical islands in the south.
  • Thailand (known as Siam until 1939) is known for its friendliness with the nickname “Land of Smiles”. The word ‘Thailand’ means ‘Land of the Free’ and ‘Land of the Thai People’.
  • The country is known for its stunning Buddhist temples, and traditional arts including silk-making, pottery and classical dance. Buddhism is the primary religion in Thailand, practised by around 95% of the population. 
  • Deeply revered and one of the world’s oldest monarchies, the Thai monarchy has a history that spans over 700 years, making it one of the oldest in the world. It is illegal to insult, defame or threaten the king, queen, heir-apparent or regent. Royal projects are aimed at improving the lives of its citizens.
  • Muay Thai (“The art of eight limbs”) or Thai Boxing is a full-contact traditional martial art and national sport of Thailand and is an integral part of the country’s history and identity. Recognised as a sport in the Olympic Games, its origins trace back centuries when it was a form of unarmed combat performed by soldiers.
  • Thailand is a similar size to France and around twice the size of the United Kingdom, covering an area of 513,120 sq km.
  • Thai cuisine is renowned worldwide for its bold flavours, combining sweet, sour, salty, bitter, and spicy tastes. Famous dishes include pad Thai, green curry, and tom yum soup.

We will be happy to answer any questions or concerns you may have. Please call us on

0844 248 0828**

Our opening hours are 07:30 - 20:00 Monday to Friday and 08:00 - 14:00 on Saturday.

** Calls to DHL Express UK phone numbers beginning ‘084’ cost 7 pence per minute, plus your phone company's access charge.