Postal Codes for Districts in Avignon Florist Delivery Area
In order to determine the correct delivery fee to send flowers to Taiwan addresses, our system requires a numerical postal code (first three digits only). Please see the chart below to determine the correct postal code for your district. Please note that there a multitude of ways of writing Chinese Characters in English letters. You may not see the exact same spelling of your district. For example, Zhongshan district is sometimes spelled “Jhongshan,” “Chongshan,” or “Jungshan” If you can’t figure out the correct postal code from this chart, don’t worry. We have a solution for that too. Just scroll down below the table to see that and other notes.
(Please note that in addition to the postal code, the street address, city, and state fields must also be filled on the checkout page. If you are getting an error message, be sure all four boxes have something in them, even if only an X.)
|111||Shilin(see note below)||士林區||free|
|112||Beitou(see note below)||北投區||300|
|116||Wenshan(see note below)||文山區||300|
*To get an approximate cost in US dollars, divide by 32.
|New Taipei City|
Not sure if you have the correct district?:If you aren’t sure whether you have a different district or just a spelling variation, just enter “000” in the postal code box. You will not be charged any delivery fee a the time of ordering. If we find that a delivery fee is required when we review the order, we will contact you to make a supplemental payment.
If you know the district name for New Taipei City or Taoyuan, but you don’t see it listed in the chart above, we probably don’t deliver there. We deliver to all of the greater Taipei metropolitan area, but some districts of New Taipei City are very remote. However, we may make exceptions on a case by case basis. Please send us the exact address via our contact page and we will tell if we can deliver there and how much it will cost.
Note for Beitou, Shilin, and Wenshan districts: The fee cited for Beitou, Shilin, and Wenshan districts is the fee for delivery to the downtown areas. These districts are large and include some mountainous areas. Delivery to addresses in mountainous areas (notably Chinese Cultural University and Taipei European School’s secondary campus) will require an additional delivery fee. For delivery to these locations and the surrounding area, you can enter the postal code “005” in the box.
Note for all districts: The delivery fee stated for districts is for the areas we most commonly deliver to. Some of these districts cover very large areas. We reserve the right to refuse delivery or charge an additional delivery fee to very remote areas.
Want to send flowers outside of the Greater Taipei area?: If you wish to send flowers to other cities in Taiwan, such as Kaohsiung, Taichung, Tainan, Yilan, or Hualien, we may be able to arrange that for you on a case by case basis. Please send us the approximate address and we will let you know if this is possible. Out of town orders usually take a bit more time to arrange, so as much notice as possible is greatly appreciated.