How common is smoking in Indonesia?
In 2019, around 29 percent of the population aged 15 years and above in Indonesia were smokers.
Share of the population aged 15 years and above who smoked in Indonesia from 2015 to 2019.
Can you smoke indoors in Indonesia?
Smoking is so freely practised in Indonesia that people can do it almost anywhere. Cigarettes are barely taxed.
Who is the youngest smoker?
In today’s day and age, when smoking is considered to be really uncool, a two-year-old kid has taken up smoking. The boy from Tianjin city in China is the world’s youngest smoker. According to Liangliang’s dad, Liangliang was born with hernia, and being too young for an operation, has been introduced to smoking.
Which country smoke the most?
Here are the 10 countries with the highest smoking rates:
- Tuvalu (48.70%)
- Myanmar (45.50%)
- Chile (44.70%)
- Lebanon (42.60%)
- Serbia (40.60%)
- Bangladesh (39.10%)
- Greece (39.10%)
- Bulgaria (38.90%)
Which country has the youngest smoking age?
Iraq, Palestine and Egypt are among the countries with the lowest stipulated age limit – 14. And in three countries – Antigua and Babuda, Belize (both in the Americas) and Gambia (Africa) – there is no age limit at all.
Which country banned smoking first?
On 29 March 2004, Ireland became the first country in the world to ban smoking in all indoor workplaces, including in restaurants and bars.
What are the black cigarettes called?
|A pack of Djarum Black Kretek (pink) cigarettes|
|Product type||Cigarette, cigar|