The little kingfisher (Ceyx pusillus) is a species of kingfisher in the subfamily Alcedininae.
The little kingfisher is 11.5 to 13 cm long with a deep, glossy, blue back and head, and a snowy white breast. It has a heavy bill and a short tail. It has dark brown feet, with one toe to the rear and only two forward toes. This is one of the smallest kingfishers in the world; only the African dwarf kingfisher is smaller. The male weighs 10–15 g and the female 10–14 g.