Anti-smoking measures

The lowdown on lighting up

A beach in East Coast. Smoking is allowed at beaches, open spaces in residential estates and town centres, and approved smoking corners at food retail establishments, among other places.
Lower Seletar Reservoir Park, one of many parks islandwide where smoking is prohibited. The ban also covers places like playgrounds and exercise areas, including adjacent amenities for users.ST FILE PHOTO
Lower Seletar Reservoir Park, one of many parks islandwide where smoking is prohibited. The ban also covers places like playgrounds and exercise areas, including adjacent amenities for users.
A beach in East Coast. Smoking is allowed at beaches, open spaces in residential estates and town centres, and approved smoking corners at food retail establishments, among other places.ST PHOTO: DESMOND WEE

Smoking is largely not permitted if you are within a public service vehicle, such as a taxi or bus, or in a building, except at indoor smoking rooms and uncovered areas on the rooftops of multi-storey carparks.

If you are outside a building or public service vehicle, smoking is prohibited in the following places:

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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 'The lowdown on lighting up'. Print Edition | Subscribe