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CAMBODIA
(Country code: KH)

SERVICE RATE
CODE
MAX.
WEIGHT (KG)
OVERSIZE
AVAILABILITY
MAX.
COVERAGE
Priority™ Worldwide (Delivery Standards)   07   30   NO   $300
International Parcel™ (Air)   206   30   YES   $100
International Parcel™ (Surface)   406   30   YES   $100
Small Packet™ (Air)   06   2   NO   N/A
Small Packet™ (Surface)   06   2   NO   N/A
CUSTOMS DECLARATION LANGUAGE English, French

SERVICE AVAILABILITY Registered Mail™ VALUABLES ACCEPTED
Letter-post™   YES   YES   NO
SERVICE AVAILABILITY FEE CODE CURRENCY
Money Orders™    NO    

Maximum Coverage = Maximum Declared Value for Carriage for the Priority™ Worldwide service.

Import Restrictions

All items require an import permit, except:

  • alcohol
  • brides' trousseaux
  • goods imported by the diplomatic and consular corps
  • non-commercial items to a value of $40CDN
  • original works of art imported by their author
  • personal effects, clothing and objects
  • provisions for a journey
  • red Cross merchandise
  • returned merchandise of Cambodian origin, provided it has not been altered in any way
  • samples
  • school outfits
  • traveller's requisites.

Prohibited Items

In addition to items considered non-mailable matter, the following are prohibited:

  • acids/batteries
  • animals
  • bank notes / travelling cheques
  • graphite products
  • infectious substances
  • jewellery
  • log and timber products from Liberia (wood-chips, poles, post, fence pickets, sheets, flooring, molding, pallet, tool handles, barrels, crates, tableware/kitchenware, shutters, blinds, cases/boxes/chests for jewellery and silverware, clothes hangers, clothespins, toothpicks, etc.)
  • narcotics/drugs
  • passports
  • precious stones
  • tobacco.

Documentation Required

Information regarding Customs can be found in "Customs Requirements" of the Canada Postal Guide.

The Ministry of Commerce of Cambodia issues all import permits.

The following is a list of documents required when importing into Cambodia:

1. Commercial Invoice

2. Pro forma Invoice

3. Import Declaration Form

Custom Procedures:

The owner/representative opens the parcel in front of both customs and postal officers for custom officials to verify. If the customs value is less than 300USD, the declarant has to submit a Simplified Customs Declaration (Customs Declaration Form for non-commercial goods). If the value is greater than 300 USD, a Detailed Customs Declaration Form (SAD) is required.

If parcels have no commercial value and is a gift, document etc, the parcel will be treated as a normal postal item and will be released to the receivers address without customs duties or taxes.