Riding is fun but has its risks, too. Consultant ophthalmologist and vitreoretinal surgeon Dr M. Narendran shares the importance of wearing proper riding gear and ensuring safety following a recent accident upon returning from his 5,300km ride covering Malaysia and Thailand.
Bukit Tinggi Medical Centre was awarded with Malaysia Health & Wellness Award 2023, under the CSR category for the ‘Gift Of Sight’ (GOS) project which is being carried out in collaboration with Rotary Club Klang Central. For eye specialist Dr M. Narendran, it’s his moral and social responsibility to help those in need.
Eye specialist Dr M. Narendran and his family skipped their Thaipusam obligation last weekend. He instead headed to Johor Bahru to meet up with his daughter, spend time at a fruit farm, and helped a senior citizen before heading back to Kuala Lumpur.
Eye specialist Dr M. Narendran and his fellow riders tackled more than 2,000km as they rode from Kuala Lumpur to Chumphon, Thailand, last week – enjoying new sights, good food, and the beauty of life.
It was a memorable 522km weekend ride for eye surgeon Dr M. Narendran who spent time with a dear friend, served the community, empowered several children, attended to an accident victim, and being there in time for his family.
Eye surgeon Dr M. Narendran found himself all alone at home on Christmas Day. Instead of moping around, he embarked on a soul-searching ride, covering 1,158km in 12 hours and 45 minutes, making new friends along the way.
Three fathers enjoyed a simple breakfast in Melaka on Father’s Day last Sunday. Their 300-odd km trip to the historical city from Kuala Lumpur was an initiation ride for a new member of the ‘5am Dhaba Ride Club’, writes eye surgeon Dr M. Narendran.
Ophthalmologist Dr M. Narendran covered 1,044km last weekend as he visited Tanjung Piai – the southernmost tip of Eurasia – but a small blip meant he had to ditch plans for some asam pedas in Batu Pahat.
Ophthalmologist Dr M. Narendran’s idea of a perfect day is a 940km dash to Kuala Terengganu and back, enjoying a cup of coffee and catching the sunrise in Pantai Teluk Ketapang.
Dr M. Narendran covered over 450km as he met an old friend who once provided him with accommodation when the ophthalmologist was posted to a hospital in Temerloh, Pahang.
Ophthalmologist Dr M. Narendran chronicles his ride to Penang last weekend where he met up with good friends and enjoyed scrumptious food while tackling some of the best and scenic routes along the way.
Ophthalmologist Dr M. Narendran listened to his wife and decided against riding last weekend. Instead, he was taken on a spiritual journey the night before, reminiscing about a relationship forged some 30 years ago with the Mageswarans.
There are several reasons why Dr M. Narendran enjoys riding early in the morning – the clean fresh air, clear roads, and the chance to catch up with friends. He then makes it a point to return home early to spend quality time with his family, stressing that balance is important.