PUBLISHED : Sunday, 29 March, 1998, 12:00am
UPDATED : Sunday, 29 March, 1998, 12:00am

The Victoria Peak belongs to the public and the place would be a lot more enjoyable if everyone visiting it behaved with more consideration for others.

On Sundays and holidays, the three-kilometre walking trail at the Peak is packed with people.

The trail is noisy and it is filthy.

This however, could be improved if just a little attention was paid by the Government.

For example, signs that probably should be present and visible include: No spitting.

Keep right when using the trail.

Keep all dogs on leashes.

When it has got to the point where it is necessary for dog owners to be reminded to pick up after their dogs, it says something about the degeneration of human values and the increasing apathy of some who would ruin it for all.

The Peak is a tourist attraction.

Keeping it quiet and clean makes sense both socially and economically.

WING C. CHENG New Territories