Definition of Mail
Posting for delivery
Weight and Size Limits
Estimated days of arrival
Due to the outbreak of COVID-19, the arrival days are expected to be significantly delayed.
Notes on filling out the Dispath Note and customs-related documents
|Sharp metals and so on||Any item whose nature or packaging may injure staff members or deface other mail or postal equipment. Metallic clasps and needles used to seal mail shall not have sharp edges and shall not interfere with the execution of postal services.|
|Valuables and so on||Antiques, works of art, jewelry, paintings, platinum, gold or silver, whether processed or unprocessed, coins and marketable securities, and so forth. *Marketable securities include bank bills, banknotes, bearer bonds, cheques, corporate bonds, dividend certificates, promissory notes, share certificates, stock certificates, traveler's cheques, treasury bills, bills of lading, and so forth.|
|Items prohibited for import by the country of destination||Items whose importation or circulation is prohibited by the laws of the country to which they are sent.|
|Live animals||Live animals are not allowed to be sent by post.|
|Obscene materials||Obscene materials or items harmful to society's morals.|
|Dangerous goods||Explosive, flammable or other dangerous goods, radioactive materials.|
|Narcotics||Drugs and other narcotic substances.|
|Other items prohibited from posting for delivery||Items prohibited by government or customs laws and regulations, counterfeit goods and infringing products.|
Note: The "Regulations Governing the Safe Transport of Dangerous Goods by Air" was promulgated and implemented on February 25th, 2008, and anyone found violating the transport of dangerous goods by air is punishable by a fine of more than NTD 20,000 but less than NTD 100,000 as per the Civil Aviation Act.
Items Prohibited from Posting to the Mainland Area