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Thread: CP shops in S.E.A

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    You don't ship international?

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    steven: the cp fotos look great!! the cephatalotus is really cheap!
    I may be going to Australia this June. I'll try bringing some cephatalotus in, since its so cheap over there.

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    Me too, I might be going to melborne (sp?) in June to visit my cousin.

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    Is triffid park anywhere near Melbourne?
    Haven't heard of 'Keysbrough' before...

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    Is it safe (for me and the plants) to bring cps into Singapore, say by plane...like from australia? Because I've done it from Thailand before and the plane people don't seem to mind...or maybe its because they didn't find out...::
    Will I get fined if I do this?
    (And will the plane be safe for the plants? Dangerous (crushing) air pressure...

    Jason

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    handcarry will be fine i guess, if the customs ever ask, just say they are vegetables
    but if u want to bring in plants to australia, it will be difficult, the customs there are very strict.

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    It is not ok to import cp without phytosantiary certificates and CITES paperwork and you can expect hefty fines if you are caught trying to do so. You were lucky that you didn't get caught. I am actually surprised that Singapore customs is not so 'strict' ?? In Australia they will even check how clean your shoes in your baggage are if you have bad luck. Been there done that...
    Especially nowadays bagagge gets well checked everywhere, so beware.
    So, better stick to seeds or order from international nurseries, who do the proper paperwork.
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    Iím Am an Australian And i can say the same as vistary did that the customs are very strict and taking plants to Australia although we wont to bring them from Australia the customs in Australia donít mind you taking plants out as long as there not collected from the wild
    Yes keysbrough is one of the suburbs of Melbourne it wasnít that far but it might cost a bit if you take a taxi.
    You will have to check with the Singapore customs if you can bring in plants the might still ask for a Phytosanitary Certificate
    I hand carry my plants back on the plan
    I am thinking of going to Singapore on the 16 to the 18 April for the Asia scuba diving expo do anyone know if you can take plants from Singapore to Malaysia across the border not the airport ?
    Someone sad from Malaysia to Singapore is ok
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