"I brought my parents as they are the best people who can guide me to find someone," said Ms Nurnadille.
"I'm focusing on finding someone who can willingly accept me for who I am." Malaysia is a largely moderate Muslim country, where Islam is the official religion and ethnic Malay Muslims make up two thirds of the 30 million people.
The thing is, you don’t have to sacrifice work while searching for love.
I’ve met successful women who started families in their 20s, and caught up in their careers in their 30s and 40s.” #3 Don't be shy to set goals“People shout about fitness and career resolutions on Facebook, but they rarely set targets for their love life. Obviously, don’t say, ‘I want to get married by 28,’ but go for something realistic like, ‘I’ll aim to meet five new people every month’ or ‘I’ll go on one date every two weeks’.” #4 The secret thing men look out for...“..whether you offer to pay on the first date. State on your online profile that you’re looking for a serious relationship.
Most men plan to foot the bill anyway, but they will observe how the woman reacts when the bill arrives – does she reach for her wallet? (Yes, guys can tell when it’s just a perfunctory ‘thanks’.) These things tell him whether she’s a prima donna type or not.” #5 Take it offline“You chat with a guy online for ages… If you’re Whatsapping a guy, drop hints like, ‘Hey, there’s a cool concert in town. ’” #6 Cut out the judgemental attitude“I have operations in Singapore, Malaysia and Hong Kong.
The dating service is halal, meaning permissible under Islamic law, as it is practised with an Islamic twist: Women speed daters must be chaperoned by a wali, or guardian, until she gets married and who grants her the permission to do so.
"That has been the way for thousands of years and it's only in the last two or three generations that we have lost this beauty.
But we hope to bring it back." Mr Zuhri and his wife met at an unrelated match-making event in 2012 and now have a baby boy.
"I can tell people are looking for something new," she said.
"A true gentleman would seek permission from the woman's father first," said Mr Zuhri.