How many cigarettes can I bring back from Sri Lanka, Singapore and Malaysia as well as between the countries?

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I am going on a rugby tour between these countries and my friend has asked for me to get him some cigarettes. We will be visiting either Singapore or Malaysia last (I cannot find the details at the moment) so I am wondering how many cigarettes I can bring home with me. Also I am wondering how many I can bring between the countries in case I find cheap ones in Sri Lanka and buy them there.

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2 thoughts on “How many cigarettes can I bring back from Sri Lanka, Singapore and Malaysia as well as between the countries?”

  1. پنجابی جٹ says:

    Since you have not mentioned your home country therefore,generally 250 cigarettes, or 250 grams of cigars or tobacco products for each passenger aged 18 years or over are allowed as tax/duty free for travellers in most countries.For UK 200 cigarettes; or 100 cigarillos; or 50 cigars; or 250g of tobacco

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