Teehee Valley

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“Teehee Valley is filled with vile monsters. It would be a little... No! VERY dangerous for Princess Peach.”
Queen Bean, Beanbean Castle, Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga
Teehee Valley
Mario and Luigi looking after Peach while wandering in the deserts of Teehee Valley.
First appearance Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga (2003)
Latest appearance Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga + Bowser's Minions (2017)
Greater location Hoohoo Mountain
Inhabitants See enemies

Teehee Valley is an area located in the northwestern part of the Beanbean Kingdom in Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga. The valley was once a large seabed; however, over time, the seabed became a large desert. Teehee Valley is the only route, other than by Warp Pipe, to Little Fungitown. Mario and Luigi must go to Teehee Valley three times.


According to Queen Bean, Teehee Valley is very dangerous for Princess Peach. The first time, they must protect Princess Peach as she travels through the valley to Little Fungitown. Mario and Luigi must defeat Trunkle when it attacks Peach near the entrance of Little Fungitown. Later in the game, they travel back to Teehee Valley, trying to retrieve the first Beanstar piece from the landlocked S.S. Chuckola. Finally, late in the game, Mario, Peach, and Toadsworth go to the valley to witness Luigi's landing after escaping the Koopa Cruiser. After Luigi is sucked underground, Mario must find him, and the duo ends up fighting Popple and his new rookie, Birdo, in their underground hideout.

At first, Teehee Valley is infested with Gritty Goombas and Spiky Snifits. After Mario and Luigi travel to Little Fungitown, Anuboos mysteriously replaces the Spiky Snifits. Likely, they relocated underground, as Gritty Goombas still appear in the pipe where they would take Peach if they kidnapped her during the first visit. The western area of Teehee Valley is inhabited mainly by Elite Limbo Bros and Elite Dry Bones.


Region map of Teehee Valley, from Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga
Teehee Valley area map.

Bordering or connecting locations to Teehee Valley include:


Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga[edit]

Minion Quest: The Search for Bowser[edit]

amiibo exclusive[edit]


Item Icon Location
Super Mushroom Mushroom In the fifth screen to the northwest of the entrance screen, one Super Mushroom is in the leftmost ? Block in the southwest.
1-Up Mushroom 1-Up Mushroom In the first screen to the northwest of the entrance screen, one 1-Up Mushroom is in the rightmost ? Block in the southwest.
Hoo Bean Sprite of a Hoo Bean from Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga. Found in hidden blocks.
Chuckle Bean Sprite of a Chuckle Bean from Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga. Found in beanholes.


  • Instruction booklet descriptions:
    • English: Said to have once been an ocean floor, this sandy region is veiled in mystery.[1]
    • Japanese: 海底が盛り上がってできたという、謎に包まれた砂漠地帯。[2] (A desert area shrouded in mystery, it was formed by the rising of the ocean floor.)

Names in other languages[edit]

Mushroom KingdomStardust FieldsGuffawha RuinsBeanbean Castle TownBeanbean CastleChateau de ChucklehuckChucklehuck WoodsWoohoo HooniversityTeehee ValleyLittle FungitownOho OasisGwarhar LagoonJoke's EndOho OceanBeanbean International AirportBeanbean FieldsHoohoo MountainBowser's Castle
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Language Name Meaning
Japanese デヘヘバレー
Dehehe Barē
From「デヘヘ」(dehehe, an onomatopoeia for embarrassed laughter) and "valley"
Chinese 嘿嘿山谷
Hēihēi Shāngǔ
Teehee Valley
French Vallée Hihi Hehe Valley
German Gröhltal Bellow Valley
Italian Val Sorriso Smile Valley
Korean 헤헤헤 골짜기
Hehehe Goljjagi
Hehehe Valley
Spanish Valle Jejé Hehe valley


  1. ^ Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga Instruction Booklet (North American), page 10.
  2. ^ 「マリオ&ルイージRPG 取扱説明書」 (Mario & Luigi RPG Toriatsukai Setsumeisho), page 7.