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Coconut Mall
View of Coconut Mall in Mario Kart Wii.
Mario Kart Wii
Wii Coconut Mall
Mario Kart 7
Wii Coconut Mall as it appears in Mario Kart 8 Deluxe
Mario Kart 8 Deluxe
Wii Coconut Mall in Mario Kart Tour
Mario Kart Tour
Information
Appears in Mario Kart Wii (2008)
Mario Kart 7 (2011)
Mario Kart 8 Deluxe (Booster Course Pass, Wave 1) (2022)
Mario Kart Tour (2022)
Cup(s) Flower Cup (Wii)
Banana Cup (7)
Golden Dash Cup (8 Deluxe)
Tour(s)
Online play No longer available (Wii)
Available (3DS until early April 2024, Switch)
Music sample
Mario Kart Wii / Mario Kart Tour

Mario Kart 7

Mario Kart 7 (frontrunning)

Mario Kart 8 Deluxe

Mario Kart 8 Deluxe (frontrunning)
Course map
Mario Kart Wii
Mario Kart Wii

Mario Kart 7
Wii Coconut Mall bottom screen mapThe Mini Map for Wii Coconut Mall
Mario Kart 8 Deluxe
Map of Wii Coconut Mall in Mario Kart 8 Deluxe.
Mario Kart Tour
Map of Wii Coconut Mall from Mario Kart Tour

Staff ghost(s)
Wii Nin★♪SiMO
2:30.764 DaisyThe model for Princess Daisy's Sugarscoot from Mario Kart Wii
Wii Expert Nin★MUGI★
2:13:333 DaisyThe model for Princess Daisy's Wild Wing from Mario Kart Wii
7 Ret★Thomas
2:30.117 Honey QueenHoney Queen's Standard Kart icon in Mario Kart 7SlimHoney Queen's Super Glider in Mario Kart 7
7 Expert Ret★RyanP
2:14.167 Honey QueenKoopa ClownMK7 Sponge Wheels.pngParaglider, also known as Parafoil.
8DX 150cc Nin★Skip
1:58.401 Baby Mario's head icon in Mario Kart 8Sneeker body, from Mario Kart 8.Metal tires from Mario Kart 8Super Glider from Mario Kart 8
8DX 200cc Nin★Polly
1:29.009 Baby Luigi's head icon in Mario Kart 8Yoshi Bike body from Mario Kart 8Slick tires from Mario Kart 8Parachute
“If you're like me and you love going to the mall, you're gonna really love racing your friends through the mall.”
Play Nintendo[1]

Coconut Mall is the second course of the Flower Cup in Mario Kart Wii. It is set in a shopping center which is located on Isle Delfino.[2]

Coconut Mall returns as a classic course in Mario Kart 7 as the third course of the Banana Cup, in the Booster Course Pass DLC for Mario Kart 8 Deluxe as the fourth and final course of the Golden Dash Cup, and in Mario Kart Tour as a course debuting in the 2022 Doctor Tour. This course's presence in these four games, added to each in that specific order, means Coconut Mall is the only course in the series to appear in four consecutive games, and be added to them in release order. It, alongside Mushroom Gorge, Koopa Cape, and Maple Treeway, have appeared in four games in a row (every game since their debuts) if one counts the two Mario Kart 8 titles as the same game.

Since Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Winter Games, Coconut Mall's music has appeared in the Mario & Sonic series as a selectable song when participating in events.

Mario Kart Wii[edit]

Course layout[edit]

Toadette racing on Coconut Mall
The mall entrance

The race starts at the entrance of a mall with a beach setting, near the parking lot. There are stairs that lead up to two escalators, which go in opposite directions, and switch directions every 50 seconds. A Pianta stands between the two and points at the one moving upwards, or at both if they are about to change directions. After that, residing in an upper level of the mall, the player has a choice to stay on the upper floor or to descend onto a lower floor via an escalator. If the player chooses to stay on the upper level, they can go either to the left or the right of the escalator leading downstairs with the left side having two dash panels. If the player instead chooses to go downstairs, they will also have the opportunity to hit a dash panel by going to the left of the second escalator which comes down from the upper level. Afterwards, the routes meet up either via a trick from the upper level, going down another escalator that leads to the lower level, or from driving from the lower level. There is a fountain there that the player can perform tricks on. After the fountain, there are two more escalators.

After another turn in a metal passageway, the player reaches an outdoor courtyard called Coconut Garden with more stores. There are palm trees in planters which the player can perform a trick on and another fountain, as well as dash panels on the left and right of the area. Item Boxes are found at the top of the fountain, where the player must be travelling at full speed in order to be able to receive an item. There is also a single Item Box on each of the two dash panels. Tables with umbrellas, palm trees, and the mall's pillars serve as static obstacles.

Following this, there is another metal passageway that leads upward to the left into a smaller room. Here, there is a store that sells Mario items such as a Green Mushroom Burger or Star Juice and is called "Coco Burger". There are two paths the player can then take. One is to the left with a dash panel before it, leading into another metal passageway, going up and to the right into a giant, glass ramp. Two dash panels reside in the giant ramp and the second takes the player out of the mall and into the parking lot, falling from a distance, allowing the player to perform a trick before dropping down. The other passageway leads into a room and also turns to the right. In the room, there is another planter and a palm tree with some item boxes around. There is also a dash panel ramp here which a trick can be performed off.

Both of these ramps lead to the parking lot, where there is a metal ramp for the player to perform a trick and receive items from an Item Box. After a 90° turn right, three cars driven by the player's Miis move back and forth, often blocking three corresponding dash panels. After this, there is a right turn to the finish line.

Coconut Mall has a variety of sponsors. Among the things to buy to eat are Mushrooms (red and green), Fire Flowers, Bananas, and Super Stars. The advertisements are filled with the player's Miis. On top of that, most customers in the mall are also the player's Miis. However, if the player has no Miis, default Miis appear on advertisements. The directory signs say "toilets" and "lift," British-oriented terms for "restrooms" and "elevator." This is present in the American version as well. This is one of the few Mario Kart Wii courses that, in non-English versions of the game, had some of the in-course signs translated in the original. In multiplayer mode, no Miis appear at all.

For this course in Time Trials, the staff ghost is Daisy. She rides the Sugarscoot for the Normal Staff Ghost, while the Expert one is her in the Wild Wing.

Shortcuts[edit]

The off-road shortcut

There is one notable shortcut which requires a speed item. After going up the first escalator, the player must head to the right, staying near the glass windows with Miis behind them. After a very short distance, players should see an opening into a store. They must boost over the carpet, as it is an off-road surface. They then exit the store after the Mushroom and can perform a trick back onto the main course. However, if the player veers right instead of dropping back onto the main course, there is a longer off-road section that leads the player past the second set of escalators. Doing this, however, requires either three Mushrooms or a different speed item. On a side note, vehicles with very high off-road stats (like the Tiny Titan and Magikruiser) can handle this shortcut and the extension without an item.

This course has a glitch that can by accessed by hitting the intersection point of 2 rails near the first fountain, which can be done multiple ways. Hitting this point knocks the player out of the course's boundaries without Lakitu rescuing them. While the out-of-bounds that can be explored is large, it can be used as a shortcut by driving through the parking lot to the right of the finish line. By hitting an invisible wall when entering the parking lot in a way that knocks them to left and driving through the car at the far end of the parking lot and returning to the finish line, laps will count.

Tournaments[edit]

July 2008's first tournament required players to collect 50 coins scattered throughout part of the mall. Immediately after starting, players are able to hit a lone Item Box which will contain Triple Mushrooms. This tournament was later repeated as the first tournament of July 2010, the second tournament of December 2011, and the first tournament of March 2013.

Mario Kart 7[edit]

Wii Coconut Mall
Coconut Mall in Mario Kart 7

Coconut Mall makes its classic course debut in Mario Kart 7 as the third course of the Banana Cup. The course is considerably shorter in length than that of the original Wii version. There are many changes that have been made to the course, mostly due to technical limitations of the Nintendo 3DS. Because all of the Piantas were removed, colored arrows were added to the escalators, with green arrows on the ones going up, and red arrows on the ones going down. The part under the glass floor is flooded. The first shortcut is no longer an off-road portion, meaning it can be cleared without the use of Mushrooms. The tables on the left side of the courtyard were removed. At the two jumps exiting the mall, the dash panel on the upper section was replaced with a glide ramp. In the parking lot, one of the Mii-driven cars was removed, and the remaining cars drive back and forth the whole width of the track; this is unlike Mario Kart Wii where two of the cars drove half the width. Additionally, there are no longer Miis on the inaccessible platforms, advertisements containing pictures of the player's Miis were removed, and all of the advertisements and signs are in English regardless of the language the game is being played.

This is one of the few retro courses in Mario Kart 7 to display advertisements in the same places as the original course. Other examples include GCN Dino Dino Jungle and N64 Luigi Raceway.

Mario Kart 8 Deluxe[edit]

Wii Coconut Mall as it appears in Mario Kart 8 Deluxe
Coconut Mall in Mario Kart 8 Deluxe

Coconut Mall reappears in Mario Kart 8 Deluxe, as part of the first wave of the Booster Course Pass. It appears as the fourth and last race of the Golden Dash Cup. Coconut Mall is the only Booster Course Pass classic course not originally from Mario Kart Tour to be the final course of a cup without serving as such in a prior game, as DS Waluigi Pinball, Wii Maple Treeway, and 3DS Rainbow Road are the final courses of Mario Kart 7's Banana Cup, Leaf Cup, and Special Cup respectively, while Wii Rainbow Road is the final course of Mario Kart Wii's Special Cup.

This time, the course is completely redesigned, retaining its shortened length from Mario Kart 7. The archway starting line has been stylized to instead resemble two palm trees curving into one another with a pair of shopping bags and some palm tree leaves occupying the space between the top, and now uses the modern Mario Kart logo. Like with Mario Kart 7, there are no longer posters containing Miis, instead, they are replaced with simple adverts. Among advertisements and sponsors in the course, signs that make references to the Vanilla Lake courses from Super Mario Kart and Dino Dino Jungle from Mario Kart: Double Dash!! are present, most notably at the starting line and just before the second U-turn. The escalators have now been replaced with flat conveyor belts, with arrows that are similar to the ones in the Mario Kart 7 version, but much brighter. The floors are now orange instead of white. The top path exiting the mall is a Glide Ramp like in Mario Kart 7, while the bottom path exiting the mall is a boosted ramp similar to Mario Kart Wii. The arches after the ramps and before the parking lot have been removed. Some other changes and additions include MKTV vans parked outside the mall, a cruiser ship and sailboats appearing in the harbor outside of the mall, and the music being remade for the game. The course's music was also used for the reveal trailer of the DLC. This is the only course in the Booster Course Pass to feature Nokis, likely due to the mall being heavily influenced by Super Mario Sunshine in its original appearance.

Inside the mall, the first shortcut is once again a shortcut that requires a speed boost to utilize, though its extension is no longer off-road and does not require any further boosts to execute. At the turn after the second pair of conveyor belts, there is a large mural of a landscape resembling an above-ground level from Super Mario Bros., featuring ? Blocks, Brick Blocks, Empty Blocks, and Warp Pipes. The Coco Burger restaurant before the turn into the Glide Ramp now features a sign reading "Food Park" above it. On the glide ramp, the "Have a nice day!" sign has been removed.

The section at the end with the moving cars also has a few changes. Like the Mario Kart 7 version, there are only two cars, but this time they are occupied by two Shy Guys instead of Miis. When the track was initially released, instead of moving around, the cars simply sat in one position while facing diagonally towards the racers, rather than sideways. They also no longer spun out anyone that hit them, instead simply acting as a wall that could be bumped into,[3] unless hit with a Super Horn, Star, or Bullet Bill, in which case the cars would fly into the air. While it is unknown why the cars were changed to behave like this initially, it was changed in the version 2.1.0 update; they are still positioned diagonally, but now move forwards and backwards slightly, in addition to occasionally performing a doughnut maneuver, which will spin out racers who come in contact with them like in Mario Kart Wii and Mario Kart 7. However, this does not apply to Time Trials, as the cars will remain still in that mode, likely to avoid interfering with staff ghosts and records from before the update.

When the course was revealed, the mall's exterior was a bright, pale peachy color, but in the time between its reveal and release, it was updated to be a more vibrant orange. A video released by Nintendo on the Nintendo Switch's news feed, advertising the pass after the first wave's release, shows footage of the older Coconut Mall, showing that the entire course originally had paler colors.[4] The reflections on the windows had also been changed during this time. The results screen following a Grand Prix or a VS match uses an image of the old design.

As with all other courses from Wave 1, this course's icon and lighting were adjusted slightly in the 2.1.0 update.

Mario Kart Tour[edit]

View of the interior in Wii Coconut Mall
View of the interior of the mall

Coconut Mall returns in Mario Kart Tour starting with the 2022 Doctor Tour. The course has several differences compared to its appearance in Mario Kart 8 Deluxe. The side passage following the shortcut has been completely blocked off, with the player only being able to go off a ramp back onto the main route. Additional ramps were also added to the sides of the conveyor belt when entering the space with the first fountain, instead of the drop-off being trickable. The handrails of the conveyor belts can no longer be tricked or driven on and the conveyor belts themselves move much slower. The top route and bottom routes when the player exits the mall have had their ramps flipped compared to Mario Kart 8 Deluxe on the normal variant of the course - the top route is now a normal ramp instead of a glide ramp, like in the original Mario Kart Wii version, and the bottom route has a glide ramp like in Mario Kart 7. The courtyard has gray stone tiles instead of orange tiles. The ramp on the left side of the road upon exiting the mall has been made much wider. In addition, the cars have returned to their original size and behavior of moving forwards and backwards along the track. They are still occupied by Shy Guys, but can be ran over with the aid of a Mega Mushroom, a Star or a Frenzy. The course uses its original music from Mario Kart Wii. Coconut Mall is the first course in Mario Kart Tour that did not have all of its variants debut together, but had them debut in tours with the same name.

The course also appears as Coconut Mall R (reversed), Coconut Mall T (with ramps), and Coconut Mall R/T (reversed with ramps). The former two debuted alongside the regular version in the 2022 Doctor Tour, while the latter debuted in the 2023 Doctor Tour. In all three variants, some conveyor belts either have their direction changed or are deactivated altogether. In the R variant, the cars retain all the properties seen in the Mario Kart 8 Deluxe version prior to version 2.1.0, including their larger size and stationary behavior. In the T variant, the Glide Ramp and the Dash Panel have their positions switched, and racers briefly drive along the beach. In the R/T variant, the cars are gone and there is instead a dash panel ramp truck. Additionally, there is a water geyser in both fountains.

Appearances[edit]

For this course's tour appearances, see List of Wii Coconut Mall tour appearances in Mario Kart Tour.

Top-tier and middle-tier items[edit]

Select "show" to reveal the drivers, karts, and gliders for which Wii Coconut Mall and its variants are always favored or favorite courses. For instances in which additional drivers, karts, and gliders temporarily had this course and its variants as favored or favorite courses, see List of Wii Coconut Mall tour appearances in Mario Kart Tour.

Course Three-item drivers Bonus points ×2 karts Combo bonus ×3 gliders Two-item drivers Bonus points ×1.5 karts Combo bonus ×2 gliders
Wii Coconut Mall from Mario Kart Tour
Normal variant
Birdo (White)Cat LuigiCat Mario from Mario Kart TourChargin' Chuck from Mario Kart TourDaisy (Thai Dress)Dr. Mario from Mario Kart TourDr. PeachLarry (Wintertime)Mario (Golf)Pastry Chef Mii Racing SuitPink Shy Guy (Ninja)Rosalina (Chef)Santa Mii Racing Suit Capsule Kart from Mario Kart TourCoconut 1 from Mario Kart TourCream Cat Cruiser from Mario Kart TourGold Comet from Mario Kart TourGold Paintster from Mario Kart TourGold Sushi Racer from Mario Kart TourGray Cat Cruiser from Mario Kart TourHuffin Puffin Egg from Mario Kart TourMach 8-R from Mario Kart TourPink B Dasher Mk. 2 from Mario Kart TourSilver Cupid's Arrow from Mario Kart TourSneeker from Mario Kart TourTropical Truck from Mario Kart TourWhite Bruiser from Mario Kart TourWhite Fast Frank from Mario Kart TourWhite Turbo Birdo from Mario Kart TourYellow 8-Bit Pipe Frame from Mario Kart Tour Aurora Balloons from Mario Kart TourBanana Wingtip from Mario Kart TourBright Ribbon from Mario Kart TourCandlelight Flight Cake from Mario Kart TourGold Origami Glider from Mario Kart TourGold Manta Glider from Mario Kart TourGreen Checkered Glider from Mario Kart TourMagniflying Glass from Mario Kart TourMario's Mustache from Mario Kart TourRed and Gold Umbrella from Mario Kart TourRed Checkered Glider from Mario Kart TourSmiley Flower Glider from Mario Kart TourSnow Crystals from Mario Kart TourTulip Corsage from Mario Kart TourWonderful Wings from Mario Kart Tour Cat RosalinaChain Chomp Mii Racing Suit***Daisy (Fairy)Daisy (Farmer)Dr. Bowser**Dr. Luigi***Iggy Mii Racing SuitLight-blue Shy Guy (Explorer)Luigi (Chef)Luigi (Golf)Luigi (Lederhosen)Mario (Chef)Penguin ToadettePoochy from Mario Kart TourRoaring Racer Mii Racing SuitSilver Mii Racing SuitToadette (Sailor)** Bright Girl from Mario Kart TourCombo Cruiser from Mario Kart TourCream Classic from Mario Kart TourDaikon Rocket from Mario Kart TourFlower Kart from Mario Kart TourThe Gold Double-Decker from Mario Kart TourThe Gold Quickshaw from Mario Kart TourGoo-Goo Black from Mario Kart TourGoo-Goo Pink from Mario Kart TourGreen Comet from Mario Kart TourKarp Kart from Mario Kart TourLightning Streamliner from Mario Kart Tour***The Pineapple 1 from Mario Kart TourPink Capsule Kart from Mario Kart Tour***Rambi Runner from Mario Kart TourSakura Hop Rod from Mario Kart TourSports Coupe 2022 from Mario Kart TourSweet Ride from Mario Kart TourTuk-Tuk Kart from Mario Kart TourWhite Turbo Yoshi from Mario Kart TourWild Slugger from Mario Kart Tour 8-Bit Super Glider from Mario Kart Tour8-Bit Super Mushroom from Mario Kart TourCat Parafoil from Mario Kart TourDaisy Glider from Mario Kart TourGlittering Parasol from Mario Kart TourGold Checkered Glider from Mario Kart TourGolden Glider from Mario Kart TourGreen Sprout from Mario Kart TourMeteor Balloons from Mario Kart TourMint & Berry Balloons from Mario Kart Tour**New Year's 2023 from Mario Kart TourPink Magniflying Glass from Mario Kart Tour**Pretzel Glider from Mario Kart TourSky-High Flyer from Mario Kart TourThe Stealth Glider from Mario Kart TourSunny Surf Master from Mario Kart TourSweetheart Glider from Mario Kart TourWonderful Diamond from Mario Kart Tour
Birdo (Orange)
Roy
Wii Coconut Mall R from Mario Kart Tour
R variant
Baby Rosalina (Detective)Birdo Mii Racing SuitDaisy (Fairy)Dr. LuigiDr. Mario from Mario Kart TourIce-Cream Mii Racing SuitLarry (Wintertime)Larry Mii Racing SuitRosalina (Chef)Rosalina (Volendam)Toad (Tourist)Yoshi (Gold Egg)Yoshi (Kangaroo) Capsule Kart from Mario Kart TourCombo Cruiser from Mario Kart TourCream Cat Cruiser from Mario Kart TourCream Classic from Mario Kart TourCupid's Arrow from Mario Kart TourDaikon Rocket from Mario Kart TourGold Hop Rod from Mario Kart TourThe Gold Quickshaw from Mario Kart TourGreen B Dasher Mk. 2 from Mario Kart TourGreen Comet from Mario Kart TourGreen Lightning from Mario Kart TourGreen-Yellow Capsule Kart from Mario Kart TourThe Holiday Speeder from Mario Kart TourIce-Cream Minibus from Mario Kart TourProp Kart from Mario Kart TourRadish Rider from Mario Kart TourSweet Ride from Mario Kart Tour 8-Bit Block Glider from Mario Kart TourCandlelight Flight Cake from Mario Kart TourCat Parafoil from Mario Kart TourCream Toe-Bean Balloons from Mario Kart TourGold Bells from Mario Kart TourGold Crane from Mario Kart TourGold Eggshell Glider from Mario Kart TourLuigi's Mustache from Mario Kart TourMeteor Balloons from Mario Kart TourPretzel Glider from Mario Kart TourRoy Oilpaper from Mario Kart TourStarry Great Sail from Mario Kart TourThe Stealth Glider from Mario Kart TourThe White Waves Origami Glider from Mario Kart TourWonderful Diamond from Mario Kart Tour ? Block Mii Racing Suit***Cat LuigiCat Mario from Mario Kart TourDaisy (Thai Dress)**Dr. Peach**Luigi (Chef)Luigi (Classic)Luigi (Vacation)Mario (Sunshine)Mario Mii Racing SuitPetey Piranha from Mario Kart Tour***Petey Piranha (Gold)Peach (Vacation)Peach (Yukata)Pink Mii Racing SuitRoaring Racer Mii Racing SuitYellow Shy Guy (Explorer) Blue-Green Capsule Kart from Mario Kart Tour***Coconut 1 from Mario Kart Tour**Flower Kart from Mario Kart TourFlowery Badwagon from Mario Kart Tour*The Gold Bruiser from Mario Kart TourGold Capsule Kart from Mario Kart Tour*The Gold Jingle Bell from Mario Kart TourGold Kiddie Kart from Mario Kart TourGreen Double-Decker from Mario Kart TourJukebox Buggy from Mario Kart TourJumbo Jetter from Mario Kart TourLightning Streamliner from Mario Kart TourPink B Dasher Mk. 2 from Mario Kart TourPink Comet from Mario Kart TourPlatinum Taxi from Mario Kart TourSilver King from Mario Kart TourTropical Truck from Mario Kart Tour***White Bruiser from Mario Kart TourWhite Turbo Birdo from Mario Kart TourYellow 8-Bit Pipe Frame from Mario Kart Tour Aurora Balloons from Mario Kart TourThe Calico Toe-Bean Balloons from Mario Kart TourCloud Glider from Mario Kart TourThe Festive Holly from Mario Kart TourFlybrary Book from Mario Kart TourGold Candlelight Flight from Mario Kart TourMagniflying Glass from Mario Kart Tour***Nabbit Parachute from Mario Kart Tour*New Year's 2022 from Mario Kart TourThe Para-Panini from Mario Kart TourRed and Gold Umbrella from Mario Kart Tour**Red Checkered Glider from Mario Kart TourSilver Surf Master from Mario Kart TourSunny Surf Master from Mario Kart TourSwooperTropical Balloons from Mario Kart Tour*The Wonderful Garnet from Mario Kart Tour
Light-blue Yoshi Lakitu from Mario Kart TourMKT Icon Waluigi.png Light-blue Turbo Yoshi from Mario Kart TourPara-Wing from Mario Kart Tour
Larry
Wii Coconut Mall T from Mario Kart Tour
T variant
Captain Toad from Mario Kart TourChargin' Chuck (Gold)Daisy (Farmer)Daisy (Swimwear)Dr. BowserFire RosalinaLuigi (Vacation)Para-Biddybud Mii Racing SuitPeach (Yukata)Pink Mii Racing SuitSanta Mii Racing SuitToadette (Sailor)Wario Mii Racing Suit Blue-Green Capsule Kart from Mario Kart TourBright Girl from Mario Kart TourFlowery Badwagon from Mario Kart TourThe Gold Double-Decker from Mario Kart TourThe Gold Sweet Ride from Mario Kart TourGoo-Goo Black from Mario Kart TourJukebox Buggy from Mario Kart TourLightning Streamliner from Mario Kart TourThe Pineapple 1 from Mario Kart TourPink Capsule Kart from Mario Kart TourRoaring Racer from Mario Kart TourSakura Hop Rod from Mario Kart TourSports Coupe 2022 from Mario Kart TourSweet Ride from Mario Kart TourWhite Bruiser from Mario Kart TourWhite Snow Skimmer from Mario Kart TourWild Gold from Mario Kart Tour 8-Bit Super Glider from Mario Kart TourCream Toe-Bean Balloons from Mario Kart TourFlybrary Book from Mario Kart TourGalaxy Glider from Mario Kart TourGlittering Parasol from Mario Kart TourGold Candlelight Flight from Mario Kart TourGold Checkered Glider from Mario Kart TourGolden Glider from Mario Kart TourGreen Sprout from Mario Kart TourLuigi Parafoil from Mario Kart TourMario's Hat Balloon from Mario Kart TourSakura Origami Glider from Mario Kart TourSilver Surf Master from Mario Kart TourTulip Corsage from Mario Kart TourVanilla & Chocolate Balloons from Mario Kart Tour Baby Rosalina (Detective)Cat ToadDr. LuigiDr. Mario from Mario Kart Tour***Ice-Cream Mii Racing Suit***Mario (Golf)Mario (Swimwear)Mario Mii Racing SuitNabbit Mii Racing SuitPastry Chef Mii Racing SuitPeach (Vacation)Rosalina (Chef)Rosalina (Volendam)Silver Mii Racing SuitToad (Tourist) Coconut 1 from Mario Kart Tour***Coral Jet Cruiser from Mario Kart Tour**Daikon Rocket from Mario Kart TourDouble-Decker from Mario Kart TourGold Bunny from Mario Kart TourGold Hop Rod from Mario Kart TourThe Gold Quickshaw from Mario Kart TourGold Sushi Racer from Mario Kart TourGray Cat Cruiser from Mario Kart TourGreen Lightning from Mario Kart TourThe Holiday Speeder from Mario Kart TourThe Hot Pot Hot Rod from Mario Kart TourIce-Cream Minibus from Mario Kart Tour**Karp Kart from Mario Kart TourMach 8-R from Mario Kart TourRed B Dasher from Mario Kart TourSneeker from Mario Kart TourStar Broom from Mario Kart TourTuk-Tuk Kart from Mario Kart Tour***Watermelon Kart from Mario Kart Tour** Candlelight Flight Cake from Mario Kart TourCheep Cheep Masks from Mario Kart TourFireworks Parachute from Mario Kart TourGold Eggshell Glider from Mario Kart TourGold Hard Hat Balloon from Mario Kart TourGold Toe-Bean Balloons from Mario Kart TourLuigi's Mustache from Mario Kart TourThe Para-Panini from Mario Kart TourPink Magniflying Glass from Mario Kart TourRecord Setter from Mario Kart TourRed and Gold Umbrella from Mario Kart Tour***Rose Parasol from Mario Kart TourSnow Crystals from Mario Kart TourThe Stealth Glider from Mario Kart TourThe Wonderful Garnet from Mario Kart TourWonderful Wings from Mario Kart TourYellow Hard Hat Balloon from Mario Kart TourYoshi's Cookies from Mario Kart Tour
MKT Icon DonkeyKong.pngRed Koopa (Freerunning) The Pink Turbo Yoshi from Mario Kart Tour
Baby Rosalina's icon from Mario Kart Tour
Wii Coconut Mall R/T from Mario Kart Tour
R/T variant
Blue Mii Racing SuitCheep Cheep Mii Racing SuitDonkey Kong Mii Racing SuitDr. LuigiDr. Mario from Mario Kart TourIggy Mii Racing SuitLuigi (Chef)Peach (Happi)Peach (Yukata)Poochy from Mario Kart TourRoaring Racer Mii Racing SuitWario Mii Racing Suit Black Turbo Yoshi from Mario Kart TourBlue-Green Capsule Kart from Mario Kart TourCoconut 1 from Mario Kart TourCupid's Arrow from Mario Kart TourFlower Kart from Mario Kart TourGoo-Goo Black from Mario Kart TourThe Holiday Speeder from Mario Kart TourThe Hot Pot Hot Rod from Mario Kart TourJumbo Jetter from Mario Kart TourThe Pineapple 1 from Mario Kart TourPiranha Pipes from Mario Kart TourRainbow Streetle from Mario Kart TourStrawberry Soft Swerve from Mario Kart TourTropical Truck from Mario Kart TourTuk-Tuk Kart from Mario Kart Tour The Calico Toe-Bean Balloons from Mario Kart TourThe Chocolate Pretzel from Mario Kart TourThe Festive Holly from Mario Kart TourMagic Parasol from Mario Kart TourMagniflying Glass from Mario Kart TourNabbit Parachute from Mario Kart TourNew Year's 2023 from Mario Kart TourOrigami Glider from Mario Kart TourThe Para-Panini from Mario Kart TourShip's WheelSuper Mario Kart Glider from Mario Kart TourThe Wonderful Garnet from Mario Kart TourYoshi's Cookies from Mario Kart Tour Bowser Mii Racing SuitCat RosalinaDaisy (Thai Dress)Dolphin Mii Racing SuitDr. BowserGold Mii Racing SuitLarry (Wintertime)Larry Mii Racing SuitPara-Biddybud Mii Racing Suit**Pastry Chef Mii Racing SuitPetey Piranha (Gold)Santa Mii Racing SuitYellow Shy Guy (Explorer) Cheership from Mario Kart TourChocolate Banana Minibus from Mario Kart TourCoral Jet Cruiser from Mario Kart TourThe Gold Bruiser from Mario Kart TourGold Bunny from Mario Kart TourGold Capsule Kart from Mario Kart TourGold Comet from Mario Kart TourThe Gold Double-Decker from Mario Kart TourThe Gold Jingle Bell from Mario Kart TourGold Kiddie Kart from Mario Kart TourThe Gold Sweet Ride from Mario Kart TourGreen-Yellow Capsule Kart from Mario Kart TourHuffin Puffin Egg from Mario Kart TourThe Rainbow Taxi from Mario Kart TourSakura Hop Rod from Mario Kart TourSilver Cupid's Arrow from Mario Kart Tour**Watermelon Kart from Mario Kart TourWhite Bruiser from Mario Kart TourWhite Fast Frank from Mario Kart TourWild Gold from Mario Kart TourYellow 8-Bit Pipe Frame from Mario Kart Tour 8-Bit Block Glider from Mario Kart TourGold Bells from Mario Kart Tour*Gold Eggshell Glider from Mario Kart TourGold Manta Glider from Mario Kart TourGold Origami Glider from Mario Kart TourGolden Wings from Mario Kart TourGreen Checkered Glider from Mario Kart TourIcy Mario's Mustache from Mario Kart TourMario's Hat Balloon from Mario Kart TourNew Year's 2022 from Mario Kart TourPink Magniflying Glass from Mario Kart TourRed and Gold Umbrella from Mario Kart TourSecret Scroll from Mario Kart TourTulip Corsage from Mario Kart TourThe White Waves Origami Glider from Mario Kart TourWicked Topaz from Mario Kart TourWonderful Diamond from Mario Kart TourYellow Hard Hat Balloon from Mario Kart Tour
White Shy Guy Light-blue Turbo Yoshi from Mario Kart TourPara-Wing from Mario Kart TourThe Pink Turbo Yoshi from Mario Kart Tour Peach Parasol Light-blue Shy GuyLight-blue YoshiPink Shy GuyRosalina's icon from Mario Kart Tour
MKT Icon BabyLuigi.png
* indicates a favored course upgraded to a favorite course after reaching level 3.
** indicates a favored course upgraded to a favorite course after reaching level 6.
*** indicates a favored course upgraded to a favorite course after reaching level 8 for High-End items.

Bonus challenges[edit]

Steer Clear of Obstacles
Icon Course variant Chosen
driver
Chosen
kart
Chosen
glider
Obstacles Tour appearances Cup
Thumbnail of the Wendy Cup challenge from the 2022 Doctor Tour; a Steer Clear of Obstacles challenge set on Wii Coconut Mall Regular Red Koopa (Freerunning) from Mario Kart Tour
Red Koopa (Freerunning)
Pipe Frame from Mario Kart Tour
Pipe Frame
Super Glider from Mario Kart Tour
Super Glider
Piranha Plant
Piranha Plant (aggressive)
Thwomp
Thwomp
Doctor Tour (2022) Wendy Cup from Mario Kart Tour
Wendy Cup
Doctor Tour (2023) Monty Mole Cup from Mario Kart Tour
Monty Mole Cup
Smash Small Dry Bones
Icon Course variant Chosen
driver
Chosen
kart
Chosen
glider
Grand Star scores Tour appearances Cup
Thumbnail of the Mario Cup challenge from the Piranha Plant Tour; a Smash Small Dry Bones challenge set on Wii Coconut Mall Regular Toadette's icon from Mario Kart Tour
Toadette
Pipe Frame from Mario Kart Tour
Pipe Frame
Super Glider from Mario Kart Tour
Super Glider
  • 5
  • 7
  • 10
Piranha Plant Tour The icon of the Mario Cup from Mario Kart Tour.
Mario Cup
Time Trial
Icon Course variant Chosen
driver
Chosen
kart
Chosen
glider
Grand Star scores Tour appearances Cup
Thumbnail of the Baby Rosalina Cup challenge from the Bangkok Tour; a Time Trial challenge set on Wii Coconut Mall Regular Larry Koopa's icon from Mario Kart Tour.
Larry
Pipe Frame from Mario Kart Tour
Pipe Frame
Super Glider from Mario Kart Tour
Super Glider
  • 1:47.00
  • 1:39.00
  • 1:31.00
Bangkok Tour Baby Rosalina Cup from Mario Kart Tour
Baby Rosalina Cup
Princess Tour The icon of the Peach Cup from Mario Kart Tour.
Peach Cup
Combo Attack
Icon Course variant Chosen
driver
Chosen
kart
Chosen
glider
Highest combo counts Tour appearances Cup
Thumbnail of the Toadette Cup challenge from the Ocean Tour; a Combo Attack challenge set on Wii Coconut Mall T T Hammer Bro's icon from Mario Kart Tour
Hammer Bro
Pipe Frame from Mario Kart Tour
Pipe Frame
Super Glider from Mario Kart Tour
Super Glider
  • 10
  • 18
  • 25
Ocean Tour The icon of the Toadette Cup from Mario Kart Tour.
Toadette Cup
Snap a Photo
Icon Course variant Chosen
driver
Chosen
kart
Chosen
glider
Other driver information Objectives Tour appearances Cup
Driver Kart Glider
Thumbnail of the Mii Cup challenge from the 2022 Doctor Tour; a Snap a Photo challenge set on Wii Coconut Mall T T Dr. Mario from Mario Kart Tour
Dr. Mario
Capsule Kart from Mario Kart Tour
Capsule Kart
Magniflying Glass from Mario Kart Tour
Magniflying Glass
Dr. Luigi from Mario Kart Tour
Dr. Luigi
Blue-Green Capsule Kart from Mario Kart Tour
Blue-Green Capsule Kart
Flybrary Book from Mario Kart Tour
Flybrary Book
  • 2 or more drivers
  • A Jump Boost
  • Take a photo
Doctor Tour (2022) Mii Cup from Mario Kart Tour
Mii Cup
Toad's icon from Mario Kart Tour
Toad
Capsule Kart from Mario Kart Tour
Capsule Kart
Super Glider from Mario Kart Tour
Super Glider
Toadette's icon from Mario Kart Tour
Toadette
Blue-Green Capsule Kart from Mario Kart Tour
Blue-Green Capsule Kart
Super Glider from Mario Kart Tour
Super Glider

Profiles[edit]

Mario Kart Wii[edit]

  • Website bios:
    • Flag of USA.png Multiple paths, wide-open spaces, and moving escalators. Darting cars in the parking lot and lead to major road rage.
    • Flag of Europe.png A trip to the shops was never this much fun! Whether you're driving up escalators, taking shortcuts through shops or avoiding Miis in the car park, Coconut Mall has everything under one roof.

Mario Kart 8 Deluxe[edit]

  • Nintendo Switch News app (US):
    • This course first appeared in the Mario Kart Wii game.
    • Unsurprisingly, you'll see a lot of mall-related stuff in this course such as escalators. Use the escalators to explore the second floor and experiment with your routes―you'll need to decide which route is best for your current circumstances.
  • Nintendo Switch News app (UK): Introducing Coconut Mall!
    Now, we'd like to present to you a course released as part of the first wave, which is available now: Wii Coconut Mall!
    Ever since its debut in Mario Kart Wii, this course has been dazzling racers with its tropical shopping mall vibes, complete with escalators and other course elements you might expect from a high-end shopping experience. The course includes many forks in the road - it even splits between two different floors - so be sure to take these routes into consideration as you're going for gold!
  • Nintendo Magazine 2022 Summer: "This is a tropical, maze-like shopping mall. Watch out for the direction the escalators at the entrance are going! You can race through the fancy clothing store for a shortcut."[5]

Sponsors[edit]

Mario Kart Wii / Mario Kart 7[edit]

Mario Kart 8 Deluxe / Mario Kart Tour[edit]

Gallery[edit]

Mario Kart Wii[edit]

Mario Kart 7[edit]

Mario Kart 8 Deluxe[edit]

Mario Kart Tour[edit]

Course icons[edit]

Screenshots[edit]

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ココナッツモール
Kokonattsu Mōru
Coconut Mall

Chinese (simplified) 椰子广场
Yēzi Guǎngchǎng
Coconut Plaza

Chinese (traditional) 椰子廣場
Yēzi Guǎngchǎng
Coconut Plaza

Dutch Kokosnootplaza
Coconut Plaza
French (NOA) Supermarché Coco[6]
Centre Cocotier (Mario Kart Wii and Mario Kart 7)
Coco Supermarket
Coconut Tree Center
French (NOE) Supermarché Coco
Coco Supermarket
German Kokos-Promenade
Coconut Promenade
Italian Outlet Cocco
Coconut Outlet
Korean 코코넛 몰
Kokoneot Mol
Coconut Mall

Portuguese (NOA) Shopping Coqueiral
Coconut Grove Mall
Portuguese (NOE) Centro Comercial Coco
C. Comercial Coco (Mario Kart 7)
Coconut Mall
Russian Торговый центр
Torgovyy tsentr
Shopping Mall

Spanish Centro Cocotero
Coconut Tree Center

Trivia[edit]

  • In the original Mario Kart Wii version of the course, the Dash Panels are rainbow-colored, similarly to the versions seen in Mario Kart: Double Dash!! and Mario Kart DS, whereas every other track in the game uses a pink-yellow-orange coloration. However, in early trailers for the game, it was shown that other courses originally had rainbow Dash Panels.[7] An early development name for the course may have been "Bay Bayside Mall", as indicated by the directory signs in Mario Kart Wii and Mario Kart 7.[8]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Play Nintendo (June 18, 2022). Mario Kart 8 Deluxe Gets MORE Courses?!🙀🚦 | @Play Nintendo. YouTube. Retrieved July 6, 2022.
  2. ^ Hogson, David. 2008. Mario Kart (Wii): Prima Official Game Guide, pg 56.
  3. ^ kart_tour (March 17, 2022). News: Apparently some hacker already managed to play Coconut Mall in an online race. (Thank you, @switchaswor) #MK8DKT #MarioKart8Deluxe. Twitter. Retrieved March 17, 2022.
  4. ^ Nintendo UK (March 18, 2022). Mario Kart 8 Deluxe – Booster Course Pass – Wave 1, out now! (Nintendo Switch). YouTube. Retrieved April 4, 2022.
  5. ^ Nintendo Magazine 2022 Summer (Digital English edition). nintendo.co.jp. Retrieved August 16, 2022. (Archived July 29, 2022, 08:23:52 UTC via Wayback Machine.)
  6. ^ Mario Kart™ 8 Deluxe – Booster Course Pass. nintendo.com (Canadian French). Retrieved May 4, 2022. (Archived February 16, 2022, 19:33:23 UTC via Wayback Machine.)
  7. ^ IGN (May 21, 2011). Mario Kart Wii Nintendo Wii Video - E3 2007 Unveiling. YouTube. Retrieved June 28, 2023.
  8. ^ GameXplain (December 9, 2023). Coconut Mall Used to Have a DIFFERENT Name?!. YouTube. Retrieved December 31, 2023.