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10 countries where you really don't want to break the law

Easyvoyage Logo By Mollie Reynolds of Easyvoyage | Slide 1 of 5: Although Singapore has a world-class economy and minimal unemployment, the country also enforces strict rules that if broken could lead to serious punishment - for both tourists and locals. Chew gum in public and face a $1,000 fine, or forget to flush the loo and fork out $150. Smoking in public is also banned and please don't wave down a taxi in a ‘scandalous manner'. Those are just the minor infractions.

Singapore

Although Singapore has a world-class economy and minimal unemployment, the country also enforces strict rules that if broken could lead to serious punishment - for both tourists and locals. Chew gum in public and face a $1,000 fine, or forget to flush the loo and fork out $150. Smoking in public is also banned and please don't wave down a taxi in a ‘scandalous manner'. Those are just the minor infractions.
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