No,they do not because Chewing Gum is also illigel in Singapore and in gum base,there is gum so they do not sell them in Singapore.
It is illegal to own or sell chewing gum in Singapore.
Yes it is illegal to buy, sell, and manufacture bubblegum
Chewing gum is -- or least was last time I was there -- a public crime in Singapore (in order to prevent the dark gum-stains you see in most US cities) punished fairly harshly by Western standards, usually by caning. It may not be illegal to sell gum in Singapore, but I doubt it will sell very well.
Actually, in Singapore you can chew gum. You just cannot sell gum. That is because people spit gum on the floor, they stick their gum all over the place. So you can chew gum, just make sure you throw it into a trashcan.
It's okay to chew gum in Singapore. There is no punishment. Although there is a punishment for spitting gum on the floor. There is also a punishment for sticking your gum anywhere. You have to pay a fine. If you want to chew gum, spit it out into a piece of tissue and throw it into a rubbish bin. BTW: It's illegal to sell gum in Singapore.
Gum was allowed in Singapore from the 2000s
They used to but after someone call the health inspector,Singapore government stop people from selling gum
Chewing gum is banned in Singapore.
you can buy mix gum in the supermarket
It's not illegal to chew gum but it is illegal to bring it in through customs and buy or sell it. Gum was banned because people were sticking it everywhere (on trains/on lamps).
Chewing Gum is banned in Singapore.
In Singapore it is illegal to chew gum. Singapore forbids any importation of gum that is not for medical purposes.