S'pore man proposes to girlfriend from carpark rooftop facing her house using 22 cars & plenty of creativity

So sweet!

Nyi Nyi Thet | November 06, 2018, 11:57 AM

Singaporean proposals sometimes have the unfortunate stereotype of being somewhat pragmatic and boring.

The "you want to apply for BTO?" trope comes to mind.

This couple completely bucks that trend.


On November 5, Dave Lim uploaded this post.

It was a proposal by Ng Zhao Wei to his girlfriend Jessie.

The proposal involved 22 cars, here are the pictures from the post and Ng himself.

Image from Dave Lim's Facebook

Slightly higher and darker this time.

Image courtesy of Ng Zhao Wei

Image courtesy of Ng Zhao Wei

Image courtesy of Ng Zhao Wei

So romantic!

How he came up with the concept

Mothership reached out to Ng to find out how he came up with the concept.

It turns out, Ng could see the top of the carpark from Jessie's house at Bukit Panjang Ring Road.

Firstly from her house at level 19 when u look down is the carpark rooftop. I thought of this idea when I was at her place looking out from the living room window and recalled a video I saw online but it was done in the day so I decided to do it at night using LED lights as my car was also fully LED and it looked so nice when it’s lighted at night.

But the execution required a bit of help from their friends

Firstly the issue of the sheer amount of cars was settled with some help from the couple's buddies over at Facebook car group Elantra Club Singapore (ECS).

The couple, who have known each other for five years, also got some help from Dave Lim, the boss at Nightzconcepts, a lighting car workshop.

Oh, and of course she said yes.

Image courtesy of Zhao Wei

Images courtesy of Ng


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