Most Singaporean couples go on a holiday, usually Australia, and then there will be a mountain hike of some form. Then the Singaporean guy will suddenly get on his knees, and pop out a ring, while someone captures the photo of that moment for them. Why so cringey and be the 1001st guy doing this??? You definitely want to blow your bride and friends and family members away by doing something unique.
Here are some ideas to help you make your proposal more unique! You do not have to thank me if it works, just kiss your bride to be and enjoy the moment!
First of all, you could propose by presenting her with flowers and serenading your girlfriend with a piano song! Piano or guitars or violins usually do the trick. Please stay away from drums and cymbals, no girl wants to be proposed to in that manner in Singapore. If you want to learn your girlfriend’s favourite piano song to serenade her and propose to her, you may want to first check out the rates for adult piano lessons in Singapore.
With this method, not only will you impress and move your girlfriend, you will likely be the topic of her friends talking about your proposal! I guarantee that your soon to be fiancé’s friends will be talking to their boyfriends about how you proposed.
Second of all, if you have the dollars and are big enough of a baller, you could whisk your girlfriend away on a chartered private jet using a service such as Vista Jet. They are able to cater to your whims and whams as long as they are legal. They can prepare for your proposal on flight. Some people may say this is a bad idea as there is only two of you on the plane, and the probability of her saying no is higher because there is no social pressure from people physically around you two. However, to that I say, if she says no in that way, because of that, then she will say no regardless and she was never right for you.
This is quite a baller method, so may not be suitable for all. However, the good news is, you two can enjoy the rest of your flight after the proposal! Hint: I recommend doing this on the return flight in case things don’t go well, it’s going to be awkward or even if it goes well, the trip might feel oddly different and less relaxed.
Third of all, whatever you do, please do not do the cliché, ‘Shall we get a HDB?’. Please do not. That is for people back in the 1980s. Not today.