The Liquor (Supply and Consumption) Act prohibits consumption of alcohol in such public places and the sale of alcohol from retail outlets between 10.30pm and 7am. Certain areas including Little India and Geylang Serai are specified as Liquor Control Zones and are restricted even more.
What time Cannot drink alcohol in Singapore?
No Consumption Of Alcohol In A Public Place After 10:30 PM
The statute also dictates that the consumption of alcohol in public spaces between 10.30pm and 7am is prohibited as well. Violators that are caught drinking outside past the stipulated timing may be fined up to S$1000.
Can drink beer after 10.30 pm?
4 During Phase 3, serving and consumption of alcohol in all food and beverage (F&B) establishments after 10.30pm are strictly prohibited under the COVID-19 (Temporary Measures) Act 2020. This includes consumption at any outdoor refreshment area and/or tables/chairs owned or managed by such establishment.
What time Cannot sell alcohol?
The Act, which came into force in April 2015, prohibits the sale of liquor at retail outlets and consumption of liquor in public places between 10.30pm and 7am daily. The Act defines liquor as products containing more than 0.5 per cent alcohol.
Do supermarkets sell alcohol?
You need to be over 18 to sell alcohol. So if you go to a Tesco or other supermarket, pick a checkout where the assistant looks over 18 or you will have to wait for a supervisor to OK the sale. Wine is sold at all large chain grocery stores but if you’re looking at much smaller stores then you’ll need an off licence.
Is there a time limit on buying alcohol in supermarkets?
Guidance issued by the Home Office states “shops, stores and supermarkets should normally be free to provide sales of alcohol for consumption off the premises at any times when the retail outlet is open for shopping unless there are good reasons, based on the licensing objectives, for restricting those hours”.