What happens when you get caught vaping in Singapore?
Anyone found guilty of the offence can be fined up to $10,000 or jailed for up to six months, or both. A repeat offender can be fined a maximum of $20,000 on each charge, or imprisoned a maximum of 12 months, or both.
Is e vaporiser illegal in Singapore?
Possessing, buying or using e-vaporiser products have also been an offence since Feb 1, with a fine of up to S$2,000 per offence. As of Jun 30, 4,316 people were “caught and taken to task” for this offence. “The public is strongly advised not to import, purchase, supply or use prohibited tobacco products,” said HSA.
Can you bring your Juul to Singapore?
If you are crossing singapore border, even for a short quick move from airport to seaport, e-cig is illegal. You can not bring it to singapore.
Can I bring vape to Singapore transit?
E- cigarette is a prohibited item and is not allowed to be brought into Singapore. Hence, you will have to leave your e- cigarette and the liquid for the e- cigarette at our left baggage counters located in the transit area before clearing the immigration.
What things Cannot bring to Singapore?
Prohibited and Controlled Goods
- Chewing gum (except dental and medicated gum)
- Chewing tobacco and imitation tobacco products (for example, electronic cigarettes)
- Cigarette lighters in the shape of a pistol or revolver.
- Controlled drugs and psychotropic substances.
How do I report a vape in Singapore?
You may report on any tobacco-related offences via one of the following methods:
- Calling the Tobacco Regulation Branch at 6684 2036 or 6684 2037 during office hours (9.00am to 5.30pm, Monday to Friday).
- Submitting your report through our online feedback form or scan the QR code below:
What happens if you are caught vaping in school?
Students caught the first time face an in-school suspension, she says. That means they have to complete educational materials on vaping and their parents are included too. They also can be connected to counseling. For a second offense, they’ll be suspended out of school.
Where is vaping illegal?
Many countries such as Brazil, Singapore, Uruguay, and India have banned e-cigarettes. Canada-wide in 2014, they were technically illegal to sell, as no nicotine-containing e-cigarettes are not regulated by Health Canada, but this is generally unenforced and they are commonly available for sale Canada-wide.