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Indonesia has been an important trade route since as early as the 7th century. Made up of a collection of islands in South East Asia, it lends itself to international importing and exporting. Plus, its population size (the fourth-largest in the world) and buying power (eighth in the world) make it a key player in global trade. As such, the demand for sending parcels to the Republic of Indonesia is ever increasing.
Thankfully, here at DPD we work with the world’s top courier services to ensure your parcel delivery to Indonesia is priced as low as possible. So, whether you need to send cheap parcels to the bustling city of Jakarta or the surrounding Indonesian islands, simply enter the details of your parcel in the quote box above to get started.Get a Quote
What items can I send?
The Indonesian list of prohibited items runs parallel with that of China, with both banning things like:
- 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.