Policies & Procedures for Taiwan, Province of China

Import policy

Free Import

Allowance for over 20(or over) year olds. No information available about allowance for under 20 year olds.

  • 200 cigarettes 
  • 25 cigars
  • 500g of tobacco
  • 1L alcohol (regardless of the amount of bottles)
  • Personal articles that have been owned and used by the passengers abroad up to the value of NT$10,000 for each piece or set.
  • Combination of personal articles (new items) or gifts up to the value of NT$20,000

Kindly Refer the following link for further information:-
VisaHq Customs
Customs Pocedures
import Procedure


  • Pets - health certificate required along with complete and valid inoculations. Contact nearest embassy or the Bureau of Animal and Plant Health Inspection and Quarantine.
  • Plants, foodstuff and seeds - health certificate required. Contact nearest embassy if you are planning on transporting any foodstuff. 
  • Medication (please contact the nearest embassy or mission to make sure they are allowed)
  • Currency
  • Gold - declarable, if exceeding value of US$ 20,000 permission required the Ministry of Economic Affairs Bureau of Foreign Trade 
  • Foreign currencies – declarable regardless of amount
  • Bearer Negotiable Instruments (cheques, money orders, drafts etc.)- Declarable when equals or exceeds US$ 10,000.
  • Local Currency New Taiwan Dollar – up to NT$60,000, any exceeding amounts requires permission from the Central Bank of China
  • Renminbi/ Yuan (currency of People’s Republic of China) - up to 20,000,- any amount above that needs to be declared and will be placed in bond and will be returned upon leave.

Refer the following mentioned link for further information:-
VisaHq Customs
FEDEX Customs
Shipping International Customs

Export policy

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