List of Public Places and Public Service Vehicles Where Smoking is Banned

(Updated 15 Jan 2013)

Designation of Smoking Areas

List of Areas Where Smoking Is Generally Allowed* (updated 15 January 2013)

Approved smoking rooms at entertainment outlets
Approved smoking corners at outdoors refreshment areas of food establishments
Parks and Park Connectors, excluding Nature Reserves, Singapore Botanic Gardens, HortPark, Gardens by the Bay, Admiralty Park, Bedok Reservoir Park, Kampong Java Park, Yishun Pond Park, Lower Seletar Reservoir Park and Neighbourhood Park located next to Block 809 and 810 Yishun Ring Road and the playgrounds, fitness areas, shelters, toilets and any other areas within the parks and park connectors with “No Smoking” signs.
Private vehicles (e.g. car), excluding private
Open space in residential estates
Open public spaces (e.g. Marina Promenade)
Open space in town centres
Residential Homes
Surface carparks
Uncovered areas of the top of multi-storey carparks
Uncovered walkways, vacant lots

Enforcement Team

The National Environment Agency (NEA) is the leading public organization responsible for improving and sustaining a clean and green environment in Singapore. The NEA develops and spearheads environmental initiatives and programmes including the smoking prohibition through its partnership with the People, Public and Private sectors. It is committed to motivating every individual to take up environmental ownership and to care for the environment as a way of life.

Penalty or Fines

An individual caught smoking in a prohibited place is liable on conviction to a fine of SGD200 (USD160). If convicted in Court, the offender may be liable to a fine of up to SGD 1,000 (USD801).

Any person who hinders, obstructs, threatens, abuses, molests or assaults the manager in the performance of his duty is liable on conviction to a fine of up to SGD 1,000 (USD801), a jail term not exceeding 6 months, or both.

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