Import / Export Restrictions (Cash or equivalent goods)

Japan: To carry more than one million yen in cash (or equivalent foreign currency) you must fill out the application form.
India: No one can bring Indian Rupee cash into and out of India. If you bring more than US$5,000 in cash or equivalent foreign currency to India, you must apply for a declaration. If you do not apply for declaration at the time of entry, you will be carrying more than US$5,000 or equivalent when you leave the country. Foreign currency, that is, may be seized and transferred by the Indian Customs with unknown source of money.
Or travellers cheques that carry US$10,000 (or their equivalent currency) must declare a cash outflow requirement: The foreign currency limit is the amount of the entry and the declared amount.
China: The portable (RMB) cash entry and exit mirror limit does not exceed 20,000 yuan. For foreign currency cash, the amount of foreign currency that an outbound passenger can carry is not more than $5,000.
Indonesia: The following procedures are not required for cash of 100 million rupiah or equivalent foreign currency (about US$11,000). When you bring in huge amounts of cash into, out of the country and taxable items must be re-exported, please report to the airport customs first. Any items that are taxable but not declared, if they are found, are not included in the law.
Vietnam: If you bring more than 7,000 US dollars (20,000 RMB or other equivalent currency) and 300 grams of gold or more, you must declare it, otherwise the excess will be confiscated by the Vietnamese Customs when you leave the country.
Thailand: Each person must carry at least 20,000 baht (that is, equivalent to 4,000 yuan or equivalent foreign currency), and the family is 20,000 baht, otherwise it will be refused entry by the Thai Customs.
Singapore: If you carry more than 30,000 Singapore dollars in cash or cheques, you must fill out the form. Those who fail to report according to the regulations will be confiscated except for the undeclared currency or bills they carry, and may be fined S$50,000 (about NT$1.1 million) or imprisoned for 3 years, or both.
Philippines: Foreign currency that exceeds the price of US$3,000 or more will need to be declared. The Philippine currency is limited to 500 pesos.
Malaysia: The maximum amount of RM for entry and exit is limited to RM1.000, while foreign currency can be freely brought in. However, the foreign currency carrying amount must not exceed the amount of entry. It is not necessary to declare when the entry and exit foreign currency is less than RM10,000.
South Korea: Entry is limited to US$10,000.
Myanmar: Valuables must be declared, including more than $10,000 in cash.
Cambodia: Cash for entry and exit is allowed to be less than US$10,000. If it is exceeded, it needs to be declared.
Laos: Inbound Laos: The cash carried by passengers must not exceed US$10,000, 225,000 baht, 80 million Kip, or other equivalent currency. If the above amount is exceeded, it must apply to the Customs for the relevant procedures in advance, if any violation is found. Penalties will be imposed in accordance with the relevant laws of Laos.
Laos: If you bring more than 20 million Kip, or other equivalent currency, and goods worth more than 100 million Kip out of Laos, you must apply to the Customs for the relevant procedures in advance. If you find violations, you will be based on Laos. Penalties are imposed by relevant laws.
Taiwan: Cash entry (not exceeding): NT$100,000, USD 10,000 (converted value), RMB 20,000