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James D. Williams
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One wonders if it is possible to mail games to Thailand,
without the components getting lost by postal inspectors,here or there.
Maybe there's some kind of customs process here in the USA or Thailand.
Folio, boxed, magazine, other formats might be preferable.

Or , maybe there are Thai English language distributors.... who would use local Thai delivery fro there place of business to a customer in the North.

 
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Jean-Sebastien Dupuis
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It's possible to ship games to Thailand, but be aware that toys are subject to a 10-20% duty fee (depends on the custom inspector) + 7% VAT fee. The bigger the shipment, the higher the chances of getting inspected by the custom. If you use fast shipping methods like DHL or Fedex, it's almost certain they will inspect it. Best chances of skipping custom is to use of slow shipping method and have a small box.

That said, there are plenty of places to buy new games in Thailand such as Golden Goblin Games, Ninive and Battlefield Bangkok.
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James D. Williams
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Roger, that! Thanx!
 
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Chris Sanderson
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Yea I'd check in with Golden Goblin Games, they have a great range of games. There are also 5-6 games stores across the northern provinces. Long gone are the days of needing to suffer international postage and tax :)
 
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