- Government premises
- Office premises
- Any area in an educational institution or higher education institution
- Any area in a child care centre
- Queue of two or more persons in a public place
- Public museum ,art gallery and library
- Hospitals, medical clinics, and nursing homes
- Building used for religious purposes
- Market, stall, kiosk, tamu or any business premises; Shops and shopping complex
- Any area in a petrol station
- Factory and workshop
- Financial Institution
- Public transport or terminals and Motor omnibus, hired or company-owned private buses, school buses, taxicabs and any public
- service; Any airport including its premises; Any immigration control post including its premises
- Entertainment centres, indoor roller skating rinks, internet cafes; Recreational Parks; Sports arena, sports stadium, bowling
- alley, billiard hall, gymnasium, aerobic and fitness centre, public swimming pool, or any other premises for sports activity
- Function rooms and amenities of any private club
- Eating place including any toilet
- Hall, ballroom, function room and hotel lobbies
- Any area used for any assembly activity in a building other than private or residential building
- Public staircase, lift or toilet
- Corridor, lobby, staircase, toilet or other common area in any building
- Five-foot walkway and within Six meters from the distance of the building line.
The Minister of Health is tasked to enforce the law with the support of the following:
i. Authorized Officers of the Health Enforcement Unit
ii. Authorized Officers under the Department of Health Services comprising of the district medical officers and environmental health inspectors.
PENALTY OR FINES:
Section14 of Tobacco Order 2005: Any person who smokes in any specified place or vehicle is guilty of an offense and liable on conviction to a fine not exceeding BND1,000.00 (USD800.00).
Smoking in prohibited places is a compoundable offense.
First offense – BND300.00 (USD240.00)
Second and subsequent offenses – BND500.00 (USD400.00)
RELIGION AND SMOKING:
The State Mufti or Islamic Scholar has issued a religious ruling (Fatwa) declaring that tobacco is forbidden for Muslims.