These are the rules: You’re allowed to bring in duty-free: one unopened packet of up to 25 cigarettes or 25 grams of other tobacco products; and. one open packet of cigarettes.
Can you bring tobacco to Singapore?
Cigarettes and Tobacco Products There is no duty-free concession and Goods and Services Tax (GST) relief for cigarettes and tobacco products in Singapore. All cigarettes and tobacco products, including those purchased in Singapore with the ‘SDPC’ mark, are subject to duty and GST when brought into Singapore.
How much cigarette can I bring to Singapore?
There is no allowance from bringing in cigarettes. You may be aware that chewing gum is also banned in Singapore.
Can I carry cigarettes in my luggage to Singapore?
There are no duty-free allowances for tobacco in Singapore. All cigarettes legally sold in the country must be stamped “SDPC”. Although one open pack will likely be tolerated, you could be fined 500 SDG per sealed pack. You cannot bring vaporizers, such as e-cigarettes, e-pipes, e-cigars, and refills into Singapore.
What is prohibited to bring into 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.
Can I bring an opened pack cigarettes to Singapore?
Re: Can I bring an opened pack of cigarette in Changi Airport? There is no allowance for bringing in cigarettes. Every stick has to be declared and taxes paid. Yes, cigarettes are expensive here as it is to discourage people from taking up smoking.
What is best currency to take to Singapore?
When I travel to Singapore I use Singapore Dollars only, usually by getting them out at an ATM. Thus far it has always given me the best combination of accessiblity and exchange rate. I usually grab a bunch of cash at the airport ATM if I need and then grab more at ATMs in the country as I go.
Can I buy cigarettes at Changi Airport?
There is no sales of cigarettes for arriving into Singapore at Changi Airport. Purchase can only be made for departing from Changi Airport at the duty free outlets.
Can I bring duty free cigarettes into Singapore?
Technically, Singapore has no duty-free allowance for any number of cigarettes brought into the country — not even a single pack. This catches a lot of travelers by surprise. Don’t think you can beat Singapore’s harsh tobacco taxes by bringing a cheap box from Thailand or Malaysia.