Shipping from Hong Kong to Malaysia

Shipping from Hong Kong to Malaysia

Planning to ship items from Hong Kong to Malaysia? Haulx is your trusted partner, offering reliable and cost-effective freight forwarding services that guarantee peace of mind throughout the entire process.

With our expertise and commitment to customer satisfaction, we ensure your shipments are handled with utmost care and delivered on time.

Contact us to learn more about shipping services from Hong Kong to Malaysia!

Cost of Shipping from Hong Kong to Malaysia

The shipping cost from Hong Kong to Malaysia varies based on the weight and volume of your parcel. Additionally, factors like tariffs and import taxes can influence the final price.

For an estimate on the cost of shipping, you may refer to the table below which outlines shipping rates based on parcel weight:

WeightCost of Shipping
1kgRM 10 – 15
2kgRM 25 – 35
3kgRM 55 – 65
5kgRM 95 – 115
10kgRM 240 – 320
25kgRM 640 – 690
50kgRM 1150 - 1250

*The prices stated in the table are estimates to help you gauge the cost of shipping from Hong Kong to Malaysia. The actual cost of shipping may differ slightly. To receive an accurate quote, please contact us.

Duration of Shipping from Hong Kong to Malaysia

Shipping duration from Hong Kong to Malaysia is primarily influenced by whether you opt for air freight or sea freight. 

Occasionally, unforeseen circumstances such as adverse weather conditions can lead to transit delays.

Air Freight

The estimated shipping time from Hong Kong to Malaysia via air freight is 2 – 3 days.

Air freight involves the transportation of goods via air carriers, prioritising delivery speed over cost. If timely delivery is crucial for your shipment, opting for air freight is often the preferred choice compared to sea freight.

Sea Freight

The estimated shipping time from Hong Kong to Malaysia via sea freight is 6 – 8 days.

Sea freight is the transportation of goods via ocean vessels. Aside from being an affordable shipping option, sea freight allows you to ship large quantities of cargo from port-to-port. 

For increased flexibility, Haulx offers both Less than Container Load (LCL) and Full Container Load (FCL) shipping options.

LCL shipping involves the sharing of container space and costs among multiple shippers, resulting in a more cost-effective solution. In contrast, FCL shipping entails dedicating an entire container exclusively to your shipment.

Unsure if air freight or sea freight is the better option for you? Contact us today for expert guidance!

Why Choose Haulx?

Extensive Shipping Options

As a leading freight forwarding specialist, Haulx leverages its extensive expertise to deliver a comprehensive range of tailored shipping and logistics solutions that cater to your specific requirements. 

Our services extend across various locations worldwide, including:

Reliable Customer Support

Our dedicated team of customer service agents are available 24/7, ensuring easy accessibility and satisfaction throughout your shipping journey.

We are committed to providing you with exceptional service and personalised assistance tailored to your specific shipping needs.

FAQs About Shipping from Hong Kong to Malaysia

Common shipping methods from Hong Kong to Malaysia include air freight and sea freight. Air freight is faster but more expensive, while sea freight is slower but more cost-effective for larger shipments.

When it comes to air freight, bulky and oddly-sized items such as furniture, statues or bicycles may not meet the shipping regulations. To avoid any potential shipping difficulties, we recommend opting for sea freight instead. Sea freight allows for the transportation of larger and irregularly shaped items more conveniently.

If you have any concerns or questions regarding size restrictions or choosing the appropriate shipping method, please feel free to contact us to find out more!

Commonly required documents include the commercial invoice, packing list, bill of lading or airway bill, and any necessary customs documentation. Additional documents may be required based on the nature of the goods and any specific regulations.