Singapore has a reputation for its rules and regulations. There are posters displayed prominently around the place telling people what to do and what not to do.
There is a need for some, I believe, so that it is clear what is forbidden, such as not eating or smoking on the trains.
However, the Singapore government have taken this one step further and have issued posters on matters that any person with a decent upbringing would not need reminding about.
I don't really need to be told how to use a public toilet, that I must keep it clean and flush after use or that I should not urinate in lifts.
If you are someone that likes to break the rules then watch out because there are stiff fines involved for doing so. Just act like a decent person showing respect to other people and public places and you will not have a problem.
Singapore is a "fine city" because you can be fined for practically anything......they even poke fun of it themselves.
no cigarette butts..$50
no farting..$50 small..$100 for huge ones
with all those restrictions and CANT CANT , still found a huge sign in the street
try to avoid what you cant do and behave :)
In Singapore you'll be safe walking at night nearly anywhere in the country, at any time whatsoever.
There is no corruption, no crimes against tourists to speak of, and no health issues.