As you may already know from the past week, Singapore is home to many different types of pocket monsters, or Pokemon as they are known for short. Pokemon nests spawn in different parts of Singapore and depending on how lucky you are, some rare Pokemon may spawn in your area.
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But if you have been out of luck so far, then here is a list of some of the Pokemon spawns and where in Singapore you can find these Pokemon.
If you are still looking for the adorable yellow electric mouse, there is a Pikachu nest at the Universal Studios Sentosa according to online reports.
Universal Studios Sentosa is home to the Singapore version of the iconic amusement park of the same name, with rides such as The Mummy Returns, an indoor roller coaster and the Transformers 4D battle adventure.
Online netizens have also said that another Pikachu nest is in the Changi beach area. Home to plenty of cafes as well as a stretch of beach that is popular amongst runners, cyclists and swimmers, this is a great place to experience outdoor life in Singapore.
For those who are searching for Dratini, online reports have said there is a Dratini nest at the Chinese Gardens, near the Live Turtle Museum area.
A popular park in the Jurong East area of Singapore, the Chinese Gardens is famous for its ancient Chinese art theme, which is based on the Imperial style of architecture and landscaping.
And I heard that another Dratini nest, is at VivoCity, the popular shopping mall in the Southern part of Singapore that also serves as the Gateway to Sentosa.
Still searching for enough Magikarp so that you can collect enough candies?
I have also heard there is a Magikarp nest at the Esplanade area, facing The Float @ Marina Bay. A popular concert location, the Esplanade, which is famously shaped like a Durian, opened its doors to much fanfare in the early 2000s in Singapore, and till today, it has shown iconic theatre productions such as Mamma Mia and Les Miserables.
Another Magikarp nest, as I have heard, is at the Lorong Chuan housing estate.
Recent reports have also suggested that a third one is at the top floor of VivoCity. And a friend has mentioned that at Woodlands Avenue 10 and Woodlands Waterfront, you can also find plenty of Magikarp.
If you want to simply catch a Gyarados straight out of the hat – without having to collect 400 Margikarp candies, then it may be worth heading to Hougang to have your wish come true.
This is because at Hougang Avenue 10, netizens have reported that there is a Gyarados nest, and after catching your Gyarados, you could also reward yourself with a nice meal at the famous Punggol Nasi Lemak shop at Upper Serangoon Road as well.
This Pokemon has several spawn locations according to reports that have surfaced online.
One of these is at the Sentosa Gateway Avenue, which is a stretch of road that leads directly into Sentosa and has hosted popular running races such as the Standard Chartered Marathon (21km) and the Hello Kitty Run.
Another is the popular ION Orchard shopping mall (Level 1 Atrium), which had earlier famously become the first mall in Singapore to purchase Pokemon Lures to attract Trainers into the mall.
Other Charizard spawn locations are at the Sengkang Community Club and the Seletar Country Club.
Everyone wants to get hold of a Snorlax, to the point that when one had recently appeared at Hougang, Pokemon trainers risked their lives by dashing across the road, causing oncoming cars to brake to avoid hitting and knocking the Pokemon trainers down.
If you have not managed to get a Snorlax, VivoCity at Harbourfront and the NEX Shopping Mall in Serangoon appear to be popular Snorlax nests.
City Plaza and Bedok Point, according to Pokemon playing netizens, are also places where Snorlaxes have been sighted.
Singapore Management University students will be happy with this news. Reports have mentioned that there is a Blastoise nest at the university in front of the Lee Kong Chian School of Business signboard.
Besides the school though, other Blastoise spawn points also include the Ang Mo Kio MRT Station exit to the Ang Mo Kio Avenue 8 and the Pek Kio Market.
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