The Pokemon Go Spawn Nests across Singapore seem to have changed again – as of this morning, 6 October.
Based on feedback coming from other Pokemon Trainers, here is a consolation of some of the new nest changes in Pokemon Go.
Bedok Reservoir – one of the scenic running spots located in the Eastern part of Singapore – appears to be an Omanyte nest, with many Omanytes available to be caught, along the 4.3km gravel running path.
East Coast Park Area C, which formerly used to be a Kabuto nest, also seems to be an Omanyte nest too according to feedback.
The former Kabuto nest was at East Coast Park Area C. Now it seems to have shifted to the National Service Resorts and County Club and the Changi Coastal Connector areas.
You can now hunt Cubones at Woodland Waterfront, which is good news for Pokemon trainers staying in the Northern part of Singapore.
There is a Pikachu nest at Jurong Lake Park – but unfortunately for Pokemon trainers, the park is currently closed for renovations until further notice though.
Tanjong Rhu Road may also be a Pikachu nest though according to what I have heard from other trainers, so you may go there to hunt Pikachu.
For Pokemon trainers living in the central part of Singapore, there is a Squirtle nest at Bishan Ang Mo Kio Park.
For Pokemon trainers who are looking for Seel, there seems to be a Seel nest in the central part of Singapore – at Ang Mo Kio Town Garden West.
This will suit trainers residing in the Southern part of Singapore – there now appears to be a Growlithe nest at Kent Ridge Park. So why not head down there for a run? And you may be able to evolve a “legendary” Pokemon – Arcanine – at the same time.
Pokemon trainers in the far Eastern part of Singapore may be happy to know that there is an Oddish nest at their doorstep, along Pasir Ris Road.
For Pokemon trainers who may be looking to evolve a Sandslash, it may be time to pay a trip to Choa Chu Kang Warren Golf Club area, as there appears to be a Sandshrew nest located there.
Pokemon trainers staying in the West may be happy to know that there seems to be a Machop nest at Jurong Country Club. With Machop’s final evolution, Machamp, being quite difficult to attain, it may be worth visiting Jurong – to catch Machops.