Oh Lala is an amazing place to relax after a day snorkelling, kayaking or diving. It has a great atmosphere to have some drinks and make friends. The staff are friendly and the food here is unbelievable. Lots of people have mentioned our oven-baked pizza.




Oh Lala has 18 rooms & 1 dorm (girls-only) on the first floor of the wooden villa with an awesome sea- & beachview. 
All the rooms have windows with mosquito nets, a fan, double- or single beds, light, 24H power, a 3-pin wall plug, a cabinet, a mirror, some hooks & a lock. The shared bathrooms are downstairs.


Oh Lala is a Dive Centre located on the popular Long Beach at Perhentian Kecil. We have been operating since 2015, offering the best quality service in scuba diving and scuba diving certifications. Perhentian Islands offer some great diving and excellent snorkeling. In addition to coral and fish, it is also home to sea turtles and many species of shark -- none of them dangerous unless provoked. Visibility is usually in the 10-20 meter range and no wet suit is required.


Oh Lala on Long Beach is the only place where you can get alcohol and hang out to a chilled out beach vibe. We have a bar or table seating where you can party late in the night.



“The most positive staff on the planet, ninja maids, great dives”

Reviewed 15 April 2016

Most dive shops will hire just about anyone with a divemaster certificate, but Oh Lala is that rare gem that truly hires people who love diving. A big part of the safety of diving is simply feeling secure in the water. Your mask fills with water? Don't panic! And the staff at Oh Lala just never had anything but constructive criticism presented in the most professional manor possible. The local restaurant is a magnet for more chilled beach dwellers looking for glossy ibiza house music and downtempo dub trips. It was perfect in other words. The food is also quite good although more expensive than the equally excellent Malay food available beach side. Also the guest house provided the great mystery of who and when my sheets were steathly replaced everyday. I swear I never saw anyone anywhere carrying or washing sheets... yet each day they were clean. So beware the ninjas... they will wash your sheets and the diving and snorkeling will take your breath away.