Send a parcel to Indonesia from only £16.53




If you’re looking for a courier service to Indonesia that is both reliable and affordable, you’ve come to the right place. Posting to Indonesia is easy with DPD Local Online.

Before you ship to Indonesia, it’s important to check the country’s customs requirements to make sure your delivery to Indonesia doesn’t get delayed or held back at customs for any reason. You should also avoid arranging your postage to Indonesia during national holidays, and on their non-working days too (Saturday and Sunday). This will help make sure your delivery to Indonesia arrives on time.

Using our online portal, we can help you find the cheapest way to send a parcel to Indonesia no matter what you’re sending. We’re trusted by customers across the world, so you can rely on us to get your post to Indonesia without breaking your budget.

Get your quote with DPD Local Online and post to Indonesia today!

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Do I need to deal with customs when sending from the UK 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, DPDLocal-Online 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!

How much does it cost to send a parcel from the UK to Indonesia?

Postage to Indonesia starts at as little as £16.53 with DPD Local Online. 

How should I address my parcel for delivery to Indonesia?

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.

What items can I send?

The Indonesian list of prohibited items runs parallel with that of China, with both banning things like:

  • Photography
  • Print media
  • Lithium batteries

For informed advice on what you can send to Indonesia, we advise getting in touch with HM Revenue and Customs. It’s also worth familiarising yourself with our list of prohibited items for goods banned by our couriers.

Where can I find more information?

If you need any more information, you’ll find plenty of helpful stuff at our online Help Centre There you can browse our FAQ guides — covering everything from packaging tips to international shipping advice — or talk to one of our friendly advisors via the chat window.

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