Chai Kingdom

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Chai Kingdom
SML World 4-1 Screenshot.png
Game Super Mario Land
Level(s) 3
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The Chai Kingdom[1] is a kingdom in Sarasaland and the fourth and final world in Super Mario Land. It is based on mythical feudal China, down to the music for the first two stages being based on popular depictions of feudal Chinese music. Biokinton is the boss of the world, followed by Tatanga, the final boss of the game.

Level information[edit]

Level Preview Description
World 4-1 SML World 4-1 Screenshot.png The first level in the Chai Kingdom. Set in a bamboo forest, with spikes and stone statues spread about.
Pionpis, Piranha Plants, and Bullet Biffs are present.
World 4-2 Chai Kingdom: World 4-2 A level set against a mountain range and inside a brick building.
Bombshell Koopas, Pompon Flowers, Bullet Biffs, Nyololins, Piranha Plants, Goombos, and Roto Discs can be found here.
World 4-3 SML World 4-3 Screenshot.png The final level of the world and the game. Takes place high in the air, among clouds. Mario makes use of the Sky Pop to traverse the level.
Chickens, Roketons, Bullet Biffs, Chikako, Roto Discs, and Pipe Fists are fought in the level, leading to Biokinton, the boss of the world, and then Tatanga, the final boss.

Level maps[edit]


Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese チャイ王国[2]
Chai Ōkoku
Chai Kingdom; from「チャイナ」(Chaina, China)

Dutch Chai Koninkrijk[3]
Chai Kingdom
French Chai
German Tschai (Das Super Mario Spiel)
Tschai Königreich (Super Mario Encyclopedia - Die ersten 30 Jahre)
Chai Kingdom
Italian Regno di Chai[4]
Regno Chai[5]
Kingdom of Chai
Chai Kingdom
Spanish Reino de Chai
Reino Chai[7]
Kingdom of Chai
Chai Kingdom


  1. ^ Super Mario Land English instruction booklet, pages 3, 6, & 15.
  2. ^ Super Mario Land Japanese instruction booklet, pages 1, 4, & 21.
  3. ^ Club Nintendo (Netherlands) Classic, page 9.
  4. ^ Super Mario Land e-manual, pag. 7
  5. ^ Super Mario Bros. Enciclopedia, pag. 47
  6. ^ Super Mario Bros. Enciclopedia, pagg. 45, 48
  7. ^ Club Nintendo (Mexico) Año 1 No. 1, page 30.