Singapore's fight against smoking started almost half a century ago when puffing on cigarettes was banned in buses, cinemas and theatres in September 1970.
Since then, the smoking ban has been extended to almost all places where people gather, including restaurants, bus interchanges and shelters, playgrounds, lifts and shopping malls. Those who flout the rules can be fined up to $1,000, if convicted in court.
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