Pokemon GO: Where To Catch Rare, Legendary Pokemons In Philippines Including Snorlax, Articuno, Moltres, Zapdos, MewTwo


Pokemon GO Locations: Where to catch Rare and Legendary Pokemons including Snorlax, Articuno, Moltres, Zapdos, Mew, MewTwo in the Philippines.

The “Pokemon GO” GPS-based augmented reality game has taken the world by storm, and the game has officially swept the Philippines, with most Filipinos are pretty much excited to go out just to catch Pokemon — most especially those rare ones — in different locations of the country. There are even “Pokemon GO” lure parties going around the Metro Manila as well as in some shopping mall were PokeStops are located.

Speaking of these hard to catch rare Pokemons, check out the list below from Yugatech to see where these pocket monsters can be captured.

Locations of Rare and Legendary Pokemons in the Philippines:

  • Arbok: Talahib
  • Articuno: Baguio
  • Bellsprout: Farmers Market Cubao
  • Bulbasaur: Farmers Market Cubao
  • Drowzee: Manila Zoo
  • Ekans: Talahib
  • Electrode: Mall of Asia
  • Farfetch’d: Las Pinas Area
  • Gastly: Manila North Cemetery
  • Gengar: Libingan ng mga Bayani
  • Goldeen: Manila Ocean Park
  • Haunter: Manila North Cemetery
  • Hypno: Quiapo Church
  • Jynx: Enchanted Kingdom
  • Kabuto: Manila Museum
  • Kingler: Makati Shangrila
  • Krabby: EDSA Shangrila
  • Lapras: Subic
  • Machop: Fitness First
  • Machamp: Gold’s Gym
  • Machoke: Fitness First
  • Magikarp: Pasig River
  • Meowth: Cartimar
  • Moltres: Mayon Volcano
  • Mr. Mime: Peryahan
  • Nidorina: Any all girls school
  • Nidorino: Any all boys school
  • Oddish: Farmers Market Cubao
  • Omanyte: Manila Museum
  • Persian: Cartimar
  • Pidgeotto: Novaliches Area
  • Pidgey: Novaliches Area
  • Pikachu: Megamall
  • Porygon: Cyberzone SM
  • Seaking: Manila Ocean Park
  • Snorlax: Mang Inasal
  • Spearow: Manila Area
  • Starmie: Boracay
  • Staryu: Puerto Galera
  • Tangela: Balintawak Market
  • Tauros: FEU Morayta
  • Tentacruel: West Philippine Sea
  • Tentacool: West Philippine Sea
  • Voltrob: Mall of Asia
  • Zapdos: Meralco Main Office
  • Zubat: Puerto Princesa Palawan

The source of this list cannot be verified if it’s 100 percent accurate or even legitimate, per Yugatech. And it seems as if the list just being made up judging from the funny locations. However, some of the Pokémons including Seaking and Voltrob are accurate. We’ve captured Voltrob in Mall Of Asia, and as for water-type Pokemons they are located in sea bay areas as well as in lagoons, rivers and among others.

For those who are really serious in catching ‘em all though, be sure to attend any of the “Pokemon GO” lure parties last weekends. It will be held in major shopping malls around Metro Manila, including SM Supermalls, Ayala Malls and Robinsons Malls.

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