10 Pokestops in Manila That Might Surprise You

Playing Pokemon Go in the Metro? Here are a few places you probably won't think to look!

 

(SPOT.ph) One distinctive thing about Pokemon Go is that it's very location-based. You have to get off your couch and walk a few kilometers to hatch an egg, find the nearest Pokestop to get free Poke Balls, and search high and low for the rare Pokemons. Rumor has it that here in Metro Manila, churches, monuments, government buildings, and even the façade of a hotel are Pokestops or PokeGyms.

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We compiled a few surprising locations that—believe it or not—have your most sought-after free items. Just be careful as some are R-18 places or spots that have high security. Don't say we didn't warn you!

 

Shrine of Mary, Queen of Peace, Our Lady of EDSA (a.k.a. EDSA Shrine) in Quezon City

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Ambassador Funeral Homes in Gen. San Miguel, Caloocan

 

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Luneta Park along Roxas Boulevard in Manila

 

Malacañang Palace in San Miguel, Manila

 

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Metro Manila Development Authority Building in Guadalupe Nuevo, Makati City

 

National Commission for Culture and the Arts in Intramuros, Manila

 

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Solaire Resort and Casino in Parañaque City

 

LRT Station at United Nations Avenue

 

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Victoria Court in Pasig

 

Water tank in Commonwealth Market

 

Photos from Gamespot, Yalwa, Mapio.net, Panoramio, Wikipedia, Eric Jaz, National Commission for Culture and the Arts, Victoria Court, Casino News Daily, and Behance 

 

 

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