A heads up for those traveling to Singapore (or looking to travel to Singapore), in reaction to a horrible riot that was believed to be alcohol-fueled, Singapore is considering restricting alcohol sales and consumption.
They had already been looking at this since 2012, but the riots pushed this forward a bit.
Restricting public consumption of alcohol and reduction in the hours for retail sales of liquor are among measures being considered after a series of public consultations that started last October and ended this August, Second Minister for Home Affairs S Iswaran told Parliament.
The ministry has, since 2012, embarked on a review of liquor control measures, hoping to curb law and order problems posed by people congregating and downing significant quantities of alcohol in public places, particularly at night.
Just a heads up.