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Data sourced: 2022.   Page updated: 2023-04-17

Smoking in Bhutan

The prevalence of daily tobacco smoking among adults is 4.3%. 221 people die every year due to tobacco smoking in Bhutan. tobacco smoking-related health problems account for 5.87% of deaths Cigarettes is allowed.



In Bhutan, 221 people die each year due to tobacco smoking.

Heated Tobacco Products

in Bhutan

HTP is illegal to be marketed.

Nicotine Vaping Devices

in Bhutan

In 2004, Bhutan banned tobacco and tobacco products from being produced or sold in the country – this measure included e-cigarettes in the ban. It is legal to bring e-cigarette products into the country for personal use, although they are subject to import duties and carriers must show proof of taxation. Products imported for personal use must display health warnings, and cannot promote tobacco by 'false means', in ways that are misleading or are likely to create an incorrect impression about their nature (i.e. by making health claims about e-cigarettes). E-cigarettes are prohibited in both indoor and outdoor public places and, if used, are subject to fines and/or police enforcement action.


in Bhutan

Snus is banned.

Nicotine Replacement Therapy

in Bhutan

NRT is illegal to be marketed.

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