Meet Pingu the Penguin in the Little Big Club Malaysia

Who doesn’t love the squishy, adorable Pingu? 
If your child is a fan of the funny Pingu the Penguin, bring them to the Little Big Club, home to Pingu in Malaysia.
You’ll have so much fun while dancing, laughing, and playing games with Pingu himself.

The Most Adorable Penguin Ever is in the House!

Noot noot! That’s Pingu saying hello to you in Penguinese. If you’re familiar with this original language, you must have a child who just loves watching the Pingu cartoon.

Pingu, a 3-year old penguin, lives in the South Pole with his sister Pinga and their parents. He has fun adventures and often gets into trouble on his TV show. Kids and parents alike love watching Pingu because his stories are so relatable.

Pingu Penguin shows real and complex emotions that only a few children cartoons dare to address. Pingu doesn’t only talk about joy, but also about “negative” emotions such as jealousy, anger, and selfishness. This makes him seem real, and children understand what he feels in each episode.

He also teaches about the importance of family love and friendship as he tries to wiggle his way out of troubles. These lessons are often subtle and not confrontational, which is why kids adore him.

Now you get to bring your child to see Pingu and give him a long-awaited hug. At the Pingu Theme Park, say “noot noot” to the most adorable penguin ever.

Play Games with Pingu

After the photos, hugs and Penguinese lesson, you can play cute games that Pingu has customised for you. Are you intrigued? Some of the Pingu games are:


Pingu’s water blaster

Fish with Pingu

Do you need more Pingu-induced happiness? Go ahead and try the sensory-learning walls, snowboard ride, and simulator. These games are not only fun, but they’re also educational. That’s the amazing thing about Pingu; you don’t realise that you’re learning because he makes it so interesting.

Don’t Miss out on the Shows

Did you have your dose of Pingu-joy? Now it’s time for some dancing and singing! At the Little Big Club, your favourite cartoon characters prepare live shows.

But don’t expect to just sit down and enjoy the songs. At the Little Big Club, you’ll have an interactive experience. This means that during the live shows, you’ll be dancing on your feet and sing along.

Barney and Friends will be the star of the stage, singing the famous “I Love You, You Love Me” song. You’ll also be able to catch other characters in their show, such as Bob the Builder singing Bob’s songs.

When you enter the Little Big Club, don’t forget to ask for the schedule of the shows so you can organise your visit better. 

Do You Want More Fun?

When you come visit PinguPingu in his igloo at the Little Big Club, you’ll have a chance to say hello to Pingu’s friends, too! These are the characters that are waiting for you at the Little Big Club:

Not only can you take photos with them, but they also have prepared some fun activities for you. Bob the Builder will teach you how to fix broken things while saying, “Yes, we can!”; and Angelina will teach you a ballet lesson in her dance studio. 

Heading to Barney’s area, you’ll see the colourful Barney Playhouse and Garden. You can also plop into bean chairs here to gather some energy after running around. 

When you’re ready for some fun rides, head to see Thomas and his friends. Hop on board and try different awesome rides, including Bertie the Bus and Harold the Helicopter.


How to Reach Pingu Theme Park

Are you ready to see Pingu Penguin in Johor? The Little Big Club is a part of the Puteri Harbour Theme Park situated in Johor Bahru, Nusajaya, Malaysia.

There are many ways to get to Pingu, and here they are:

From Kuala Lumpur:

  • The easiest way is to take advantage of the Causeway Link’s bus service, that connects KL and the theme parks in Johor Bahru daily. The bus leaves from the Swiss-Garden Hotel in Bukit Bintang and also stops in Legoland.

From Singapore:

  • The most practical way is to take a coach service operated by WTS Travel, which leaves from Singapore Flyer or BigBox Jurong East. 

You can also take a cab, ferry or even drive. For a complete instruction to arrive at the Puteri Harbour complex, click here.

The Little Big Club Opening Hours and Tickets

The Little Big Club opens from Monday to Sunday, 10 AM to 6 PM.

To save time, book your tickets online! You can buy your passes on Puteri Harbour’s website.

  • The ticket for visiting Pingu and his friends (Thomas the Tank Engine, Barney the Dinosaur, Bob the Builder, and Angelina Ballerina) costs RM 85.
  • Two theme parks pass (the Little Big Club plus Sanrio Hello Kitty Town) is at RM 125.

Keep a lookout for promotions and discounts on the tickets. Follow Puteri Harbour on Facebook so that you won’t miss out on the latest promos and news.

So, surprise your kids with the passes to the Little Big Club and watch them shriek with joy.

If you have inquiries or need help, contact us at 1-300-88 FAMILY (326459) from Malaysia, or +603-2203-9668 from abroad.

We’ll be happy to assist you with your question, and welcome you to the Little Big Club!

Noot noot!

(That’s “see you soon” in Penguinese, in case you’re wondering.)