Baggage Shipping to Brunei
Brunei, officially named “Nation of Brunei, the Abode of Peace” is located in Southeast Asia, on the north coast of the island of Borneo and is surrounded by Malaysia with the South China Sea on one side. The official language is Malay, but English is also recognized as a language and there are a number of other languages spoken too. The currency used in the sovereign state is the Brunei dollar.
Why Ship to Brunei?
If you’re looking to book a trip somewhere slightly different that’s more untouched by tourists than other vacation destinations, whether it’s as part of a Gap Year, a family travel experience or a business trip, Brunei might be the perfect place for you. With the soaring costs implemented by airlines for taking extra luggage on board, whether it’s an oversized item or simply a heavy suitcase, you might be finding your expenses are going slightly over budget. This is where Send My Bag can help you. If you’re an expert scuba diver and are planning to participate in some of the excellent diving in Brunei with your own equipment, or will be spending more than a couple of weeks in the country and need to take additional suitcases, you don’t want to suffer the excess baggage charges at the airport along with the hassle of having to transport it yourself on difficult transportation to your destination. Send My Bag can pick up your luggage from your home and ship it to Brunei for you.
What can I send to Brunei Darussalam? What items are restricted?
With Send My Bag™ you can travel with almost everything you would normally find in a vacation suitcase. For security and customs reasons, however, certain items are prohibited. Please find these listed below.
- Aerosols or any other pressurised containers;
- Liquids, Pastes and Gels of any type (including nail varnish and perfume);
- Toner Cartridges;
- Loose Batteries;
- No more than 1 device containing a battery in line with our battery policy;
- Animals and Animal products;
- Firearms and firearm parts, ammunition, explosives, weapons (including imitations of same);
- Flowers and plant products;
- Human remains or ashes;
- Medical samples;
- Items that require a temperature controlled environment;
- Prescription drugs and pharmaceutical products;
- Religious Artefacts
- Foodstuffs, perishable, animal origin and controlled food articles and beverages including, but not limited to: Fruit & vegetables, dairy products (including dried products containing dairy such as protein powder), meat, fish, nuts, seeds, wine, beer, spirits and champagne; or
- Packages that are wet, leaking or emit an odour of any kind;
- Valuables and high value items including but not limited to antiques, paintings, jewellery, precious stones and electrical equipment (low value electrical equipment is permitted but sent at the owner's risk);
- Cash or other forms of tradeable currency;
- Credit cards;
- Passports or other confidential personal documentation;
- Irreplaceable items;
- Other Dangerous / hazardous goods;
- Counterfeit goods;
- Other illegal or restricted goods.
More information is available under section 11 of our terms of service.
In addition to the above when sending to Brunei Darussalam we prohibit the sending of:
- Gambling Devices.
- Playing Cards.
- Precious Metals & Stones.
Items excluded from cover
The following items will be accepted but are sent at your risk and are not included under complimentary cover:
- Electrical Items, including but not limited to; Tablets, Cell Phones, Computers, Hi-Fis, TVs.
- Glass & Porcelain.
- Any other non standard excess baggage items.
If you choose to send any of the above please ensure you package the item appropriately, for example a TV inside a suitcase is not appropriate.
The climate in Brunei is generally hot and humid, with an average annual rainfall totalling around 2500mm on the coast, and reaching above 4000mm in the rainforest and jungle interior. Dry months are usually February and March, while the wettest are October to December. Brunei also has consistent temperatures year long, sitting between 86-89F during the daytime, and 71-73F at night. The country itself is very small in size with a small population too, but is relatively wealthy due to oil reserves. As a tourist, there are plenty of things to do; some of the most popular attractions are the mosques, including the Sultan Omar Ali Saifuddien Mosque, which has 28 domes that “glow” at night and the James ‘Asr Hassanil Bolkiah Mosque with 29 golden domes, staking the claim as the largest one in Brunei. Kampong Ayer, the “Water Village”, is of particular interest to tourists, as a prehistoric village built onto the Brunei River on stilts which allows a glimpse into the country’s cultural past. Being situated on the coast, there are several water activities to partake in, including the ever popular scuba diving around infamous ship wreck sites such as the Blue Water Wreck, Cement Wreck and Australian Wreck. The waters are very clear and warm, aside from during the monsoon season, and are perfect for beginners and expert scuba divers.