Here are the latest New Spawn Nest changes in Pokemon Go Singapore.
You can now find Charmander at MacRitchie Reservoir Park as well as Fort Canning Park. These two are both great places for running and hiking in Singapore.
For those living in the East, you can get Seel at East Coast Park Big Splash area.
A well known part of East Coast Park since the 1980s, Big Splash unfortunately is being slated to be closed down for renovations soon. So come down and hunt your Seel while you still can.
For those who are looking for Vulpix, there is a small Vulpix nest at the Yishun St 72 Nee Soon Central Community Park. This will suit Pokemon Go Trainers staying in the North and who don’t have Ninetales yet.
You can find Oddish at Sentosa’s Universal Studios. For trainers based in the Southern part of Singapore and are looking for Villeplume, this will be good news for you.
Head on to Haw Par Villa if you are looking for Raichu still. There is a Pikachu nest there, where you can collect Pikachu to evolve.
For those who are acclimating Onix candy to get a Steelix when the Generation 2 Pokemon comes out, you can head to the Marina Boulevard Open Field as there is an Onix nest there – with the new spawn nest changes.
There is also another Onix nest at Jurong Central Park, for trainers staying in the West.
For Pokemon Go Singapore Trainers who are still looking to evolve their Dragonite, there is a Dratini nest located at Punggol Waterway. Dragonite is a good gym attacker; so it is no surprise that a lot of Pokemon Go trainers are looking to get their hands on a fleet of these.
There seems to be a Tentacool nest at the Bukit Batok nature reserve so head there if you are looking out for your Tentacruel Pokemon to complete your Pokedex.