Ng was born in Singapore in 1972. He attended Pei Tong Primary School and Fairfield Methodist School (Secondary) . He was 15 when he started working on weekends as a Roadie, loading and unloading equipment for a mobile disco outfit. After his O levels, he entered Singapore Polytechnic to study Electrical and Electronics Engineering. But he dropped out to cut his teeth on the deejay circuit working for a couple of companies and spinning at various clubs before he was signed up by The Music Force.
Ng began his foray into the electronic music scene as one of Zouk Singapore earliest resident DJs upon meeting entrepreneur and art collector Lincoln Cheng [who later became his mentor] at the former Warehouse disco in Singapore. Cheng, who is the owner of Zouk Singapore, offered him a full-time job at the club. Ng was part of Singapore’s first electronic dance music outfit, Transcendental Experience. In 1996, Transcendental Experience got signed to British label React Music, and their music was released in Europe.
Ng left Zouk Singapore several years later in 1997 to become one of the earliest electronic dance music festival promoter, organising a string of successful electronic music gigs in Singapore and Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, featuring many internationally renowned DJs and music acts like Deep Dish, John Digweed, Incognito and Paul Van Dyk.
He also co-organised the first ever ZoukOut with Zouk Singapore in 2000 and 2001, which remains to be one of Asia's biggest music dance festivals.
In 2004, Ng launched Zouk Kuala Lumpur, the sister club to Zouk Singapore. However, the initial years were met with many obstacles, and Zouk KL underwent a major revamp in 2008, dividing its existing rooms into 7 rooms catering to the growing demographic.
The revamp paid off; Zouk KL went on to clinch many media accolades for Best Club, including the prestigious Kuala Lumpur Mayor’s Tourism Awards (Nightspot Category).
Zouk KL later earned endorsement from the Ministry of Tourism & Culture as a National Key Economic Area – the first for an entertainment venue.
In the second quarter of 2015, the new 11-room Zouk KL relocated to TREC (Taste.Relish.Experience.Celebrate, of which he is also the co-founder), an entertainment and lifestyle precinct located in Jalan Tun Razak, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. TREC is Malaysia's first and largest purpose-built entertainment and lifestyle destination. It comprises five zones that houses bars, restaurants, eateries and cafes with over 30 F&B and entertainment brands. In 2016, Ng was awarded the prestigious HAPA Icon of the Year award for his work at Zouk, which also clinched The BrandLaureate Award – the first for a club brand as a recipient.
Ng is married with 1 child.