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Australians are advised to exercise the normal level of caution as they would in their own country. This involves using common sense, staying out of dangerous situations and looking out for suspicious behaviour.
There’s also an ongoing threat of terrorism currently in Singapore. Visitors are encouraged to monitor the local news and be alert at all times.
Singapore has one of the world’s lowest crime rates which could be a product of the strict laws in place. As with a lot of places, petty crime tends to be the most frequent of criminal acts, which could include pickpocketing, bag snatching and street thefts. Tourists must keep all valuables securely on their person at all times and be vigilant in crowded areas and on public transport to avoid falling victim.
There are many laws within Singapore, including the following:
Information current as of March 18, 2018. Check smartraveller.gov.au for the latest updates.