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Any issues with the gifts you bring from home?


neo24

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So I have a few friends requesting things they can't get or are too expensive to ship when I come to LOS.  More of the example, a nice bottle of wine, jellies/jams, candies, condoms (I know), and such.  My question, has anyone had problems with attempting to travel on airlines with such items.  I know the duty-free opt, but I find a lot of their prices are way too overpriced.

 

Neo

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Wine is up to the Thai limits on importing alcohol. Wine jellies and jams need to be in checked baggage due to the LAG restrictions.

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Condoms no, it sometimes a bit akward if you bring a 144 pack, but no problem. All the rest I don't know.

But probably if you don't overdo it, you won't get in trouble. Also look at the list what you can and can not bring in the country/need to declare.

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If you do not také too much spirits (1l), wine (2l) cigarette (1 carton), weapons, erotics, CITES goods (dead or live animals, rare wood etc) you will be o.k.

Limits is also for parfume, cigarilloss, cigars.

THAJEC Thajský muž TRIP 37 - 30.November 2018 - 28.1.2019

 

 

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