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More on rules in Singapore

by Liisa

There are over 40,000 illegal offences in Singapore. Yes, it's wise to be careful in this notoriously over-regulated state. Among things that can get you into trouble are dropping litter, leaving still water lying around in your home or workplace, and failing to lock your bicycle when it is not in use.

Failure to flush a public toilet after use may result in very hefty fines. The sale of gum is prohibited. (The sale of gum was prohibited after a prolific amount of chewed gum had been stuck in the subway stations and cars.)

It is also against the law to speak to a donkey in Chinese.

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