STOMPer Mountaineer is upset that visitors have been treating Little Guilin as a dumping ground and throwing heaps of rubbish into the lake there.
In an email to STOMP today (Oct 8), the STOMPer says:
"These pictures were taken at Little Guilin at Bt Batok East Ave 5. The lake which was previously a disused granite quarry is a haven of peace for man and birds. On Sundays, hordes of anglers come here to pass the day. However, of late, the lake has become a dumping ground for many visitors.
"You can see plastic bottles, cups, metal cans, papers and dead leaves floating in the clear water.
"This is a famous lake where newlyweds come here on weekends to shoot their wedding photographs.
"I hope the residents in the vicinity will keep the lake clean and green so that our Little Guilin will become as well known as Sentosa or Genting Highlands."