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ExitIsNearSign Klubba's Kiosk ExitSign
Klubba's Kiosk 2
Greater location(s) Crocodile Isle
Ruler(s) Klubba
Inhabitant(s) Klubba
Game(s) Donkey Kong Country 2: Diddy's Kong Quest
Donkey Kong Land 2
"Thanks for the booty. Yer me best mateys now!"

Klubba's Kiosk is a location found in most areas of Crocodile Isle run by Klubba in Donkey Kong Country 2: Diddy's Kong Quest and Donkey Kong Land 2. Klubba runs the kiosk and guards the Golden Barrel, the only entrance to Lost World. It is a rundown shack with the word "TOLL" on top and a small wooden bridge across a hazardous swamp (as judged by the tipped over Oil Drums) near a forest.

Klubba appears to be very unhappy with his job, commenting on how "K. Rool treats us Kremlings rotten!" and is actually willing to betray (or "mutiny", as the term is used in pirate talk) K. Rool and let the Kongs into Lost World by bribing him.


When Diddy and Dixie enter the Kiosk, they will be presented three options (four in the Game Boy Advance remake): Pay up 15 Kremkoins in order to enter Lost World, fight him, which always results in loss, run away, and Bag a Bug (GBA remake). Paying the Kremkoins will peacefully let the Kongs in Lost World and have access to a level depending on where the Kiosk is. Fight him and run away function the same, where the Kongs will return to the map screen. Though the boss Kudgel, a color swap of Klubba, can actually be fought with TNT, Klubba is apparently invincible. Bag-A-Bug is a small mini-game where Diddy/Dixie can run in the swamp (with an overhead view) and collect small fireflies while being chased by Klubba.

Note that in the Super Nintendo Entertainment System version, after paying a Kiosk, the Kongs will go straight into the barrel when they re-enter, while in the Game Boy Advance remake, they still have the option of entering, fighting, running, or playing Bag-a-bug.

In Donkey Kong Land 2, there was only one Klubba's Kiosk found near Gloomy Gulch, and there all 47 Kremkoins had to be payed up front.


Super Nintendo Entertainment System[]

Donkey Kong Land 2[]

Game Boy Advance[]


  • The tipped over Oil Drums also appeared in the original Donkey Kong Country, as a small easter egg.
  • Klubba keeps the Diddy Kong punching bag even after he has paid the toll.