In general, we do not advise mailing / shipping of personal medications. You should see a local medical physician to obtain the drugs through prescription. Unless these medications are not available in Singapore, you are allowed to ship them into Singapore for your own personal use.
Can I send medicine to Singapore?
You are not allowed to buy, import or carry personal medications for another person except for family members that the products were initially intended for. Those caught doing so can be prosecuted under Singapore law. … You are responsible for the effects of the medications you bring into Singapore.
Can I post medicine to Singapore from Malaysia?
A: You can ship anything as long as the item is not a controlled & prohibited good in Singapore.
Can you send medication through the mail internationally?
It’s important to note that you CANNOT ship controlled substances internationally. Heads up: USPS takes the shipment of narcotics seriously. Very seriously. USPS has a branch that investigates shipments of illegal drugs through the mail called the Postal Inspection Service Prohibited Mail Narcotics Program.
What medications are prohibited in Singapore?
Prohibited in Singapore: anti-anxiety pills, sleeping pills and strong painkillers without a licence. Singapore has had a chewing gum ban since 1992 and prohibits medicinal chewing gums such as nicotine.
What Cannot bring into Singapore?
Prohibited and Controlled Goods
- Chewing gum (except dental and medicated gum)
- Chewing tobacco and imitation tobacco products (for example, electronic cigarettes)
- Cigarette lighters in the shape of a pistol or revolver.
- Controlled drugs and psychotropic substances.
What items Cannot be sent to Singapore?
Singapore Prohibited and Restricted Items
- Animal skins.
- Books: hardback/paperback non-comm.
- Bunker oil sample (for analysis)
- Chewing gum (oral dental and medicated gum accepted)
- Cigarette lighters of pistol or revolver shape.
- Coal & firewood.
- Cologne and Perfume, Haz and Non-Haz.
- Communications equipment.
Can I post perfume to Singapore?
Perfume and Cologne
However, some courier services like Fedex won’t ship perfumes and colognes at all. Even companies which do – like TNT – require proper labelling, packaging and documentation. That’s because perfumes and colognes are considered dangerous goods, no thanks to their flammable alcohol-based content.
Can you post food to Singapore?
Singapore can be strict about what goods it lets into the country. Food items are allowed in as long as they are non-perishable, ambient and sealed in manufacturers’ packaging. … For more information on shipping to Singapore and elsewhere, see the International Shipping page.
Can I send hand sanitizer to Singapore?
Guidance on the Import of Hand Sanitisers, Masks, Thermometers and Protective Gear. Hand sanitisers do NOT need approval from the Health Sciences Authority (HSA) before they are brought into Singapore for sale.
Can you send prescription drugs in the mail?
Prescription medications may only be mailed by Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) registered distributors. Similar regulations apply to some over-the-counter medications.
Is it illegal to mail a passport internationally?
As far as i know, it is illegal to send passport internationally by mail. Its ok for domestic. The only way a passport can travel international borders is that it has to be carried by its bearer.
Can I send medication in the post?
Medicines must be securely closed and placed in a sealed polythene bag (for liquids) or a siftproof container (for solids). Must be tightly packed in strong outer packaging and cushioned to prevent breakage. Sender’s name and address must be visible on the parcel.