Sometimes I have wondered how could you deliver your beloved item to someone from far far away in this world? I will share with you my wonderful experience on using our very own postage service, Pos Laju, that we *cough* proud *cough*.
Of course, we will have to get ready our package and, pack it nicely. For your information, they only accept packages that is wrapped in white papers, in a good manner. means, no fancy wrapping paper else you’ll get your package rejected. Then you’ll have to queue up inside the post office near you.
Upon your turn, you can first greet the staff and then say you’ll need to deliver using PosLaju, and he’ll ask you to fill in this sacred form to identify your receiver and sender. You can move yourself to the side of the post office so that other people behind you can proceed with their transaction.
It’s crucial to write the details clearly especially the phone numbers. Just in case. And yes, there’s an indication of what kind of package you are sending before signing, for me, it’s a gift, so i wrote “Cenderahati”. Literally means gift in Bahasa Melayu.
So, when you’re done with filling up the form, kindly return both the form and give your package to the staff to estimate the final price you will have to pay for the shipping.
Definitely, of course you will have to prepare sufficient amount of money to make the payment. And you will given the receipt upon paymen. Please note that you can “track” the package at Pos Malaysia website based on the numbers at the top of the paper, which usually stars with ED 123456789 MY.