3. Don’t Walk Around Naked or Look at Porn, Even in Private
Nudity is another no-no in Singapore. It seems like a hard one to enforce, but they consider parading around in your birthday suit, even in the privacy of your own home, akin to pornography. This law has been on the books since 1996, and can actually result in a fine up to $2000 or up to 3 months of jail time. Close your curtains so there’s no chance of being bare in public view. As for viewing dirty films, obscene publications or internet porn, don’t do it – or, at least, don’t get caught. The MDA is mostly concerned with purveyors and distributors of pornography, but consumers need to tread cautiously.