|12-07-2012, 06:27 PM||#1|
riders on the storm
Joined: Mar 2011
Location: Now in Milan after europe ,asia and oceania trip
Shipping from Malaysia to Australia around 01/2013
Hello everyone ....Im now in KL after all the way from Italy and i was looking around to ship the bike from anywhere from Malaysia to anywhere to Australia (looking for something cheap).
by airplane or sea....
if anyone have some suggestion or want to join to reduce the cost are very welcome ....
by the way in this website there is not any sections about shipping, right ? i try to search but i didnt found
thanks a lot
|02-24-2013, 09:10 AM||#2|
Joined: Dec 2011
Location: Seven Springs NC
What is KL? Forgive me if I didn't know.. had to ask! And I would be interested in hearing your experience of how well it went getting into Malaysia because I heard that shipping to Singapore is difficult and cost prohibitive.
Perhaps someone else can chime in. Thanks!
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|03-04-2013, 03:34 AM||#3|
Joined: May 2008
Location: Helsinki, Finland
I believe he means Kuala Lumpur.
To/from SE Asia, the reports point the same way: ship by air to/from Bankgok or KL, and by sea to/from Port Klang Malaysia (near KL – and if shipping into Malaysia, you officially need the carnet).
And yes, Singapore means some extra hassle, but shipping is always a bit of a headache, so I don´t really know, how much of a difference it makes in the end. It is certainly a very big seaport, and also a major airport, so you have plenty of options to ship there, too.
|03-18-2013, 01:30 AM||#5|
Joined: Nov 2007
Location: Guangzhuo, Guangdong, China
Shipping to Oz
Hey there, I would suggest riding to Singapore, its an easy 3hour ride to the first or second link and then take a look at some of the shipping companies there. It will cost you a few bucks more than from KL/Port Klang, BUT they will treat your bike far more professionally than the dockworkers at PK. You wont find bits missing to fit their Naza or Suzuki 2 stroke.
One option is to get hold of Perkin's Shipping, they run a service from Singapore, via Dili East Timor and on to Darwin, which is their home port. It would then give you a choice of riding through East Timor, bloody amazing countryside and then shipping down to Darwin and from there take the track to Adelaide, Perth or Brisbane.
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GPO Box 1019, Darwin NT 0801
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Tel : (08) 8982 2018 or (08) 8982 2014
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