STUBBING OUT A GLOBAL MENACE: Anti-smoking measures

Malaysia: No more lighting up in eateries allowed

Customers smoking by the roadside outside a Kuala Lumpur mamak restaurant, beyond the stipulated 3m from the roofed eatery.
Customers smoking by the roadside outside a Kuala Lumpur mamak restaurant, beyond the stipulated 3m from the roofed eatery. ST PHOTO: TRINNA LEONG
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A pack of Marlboro Lights costs RM17.40 (S$5.70).

Malaysia is getting serious about curbing second-hand smoke.

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Sunday Times on January 06, 2019, with the headline Malaysia: No more lighting up in eateries allowed . Subscribe