Welcome to Jeerbees! We’ll tell you how, when and where to catch Pokémon in Bedok North, Singapore with the help of Open Street Map.

Jeerbees is Flemish for “strawberry”. Just as Pokémon Go uses Razz Berries, we want to make it easier to catch Pokémon and improve Open Street Map in Singapore.

Please visit the Jeerbees blog or move on to our detailed pages (under construction, new content added on a daily basis) regarding Pokémon or Open Street Map.

Short news

  • 17 October 2018L First wave of Gen 4 Pokémon. New shinies and raid bosses.
  • 16 October 2018: some Pokémon base stats have changed! Look here for what this means for the current meta game.
  • 16 October 2018

  • 03 October 2018

  • 01 October 2018: Shiny Pinsir will be released worldwide on 1 November!
  • 01 October 2018: Raid bosses have shifted.

  • 30 September 2018: Shiny Krabby, shiny Kingler and a new Spinda form to be released on October 1st (1:00 PM PDT)

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I admit, I got hooked on Pokémon GO. As a hacker myself, I wanted to learn everything there is to know about Pokémon GO mechanics and improve my game play. Unfortunately, many sites carry outdated information.

This is my attempt to set things right. This site is updated on a daily basis, stay tuned for more information!


The Meta Game

Basic Knowledge

Tips and Tricks


Tools of the trade

My experiences with rare Pokémon spawns



Open Street Map in Singapore

Open Street Map (OSM) is an openly licensed map of the world created by volunteers such as you and me using local knowledge, personal surveys, GPS tracks and donated sources. Numerous freely available tools exist to update the map. A wild variety of services such as satellite navigation tools, documentation of hiking and biking trails, information on accessibility (wheelchair, blind, …) and offline maps, use Open Street Map.

I got interested in Open Street Map since there is a rumored link between Open Street Map and Pokémon spawn points. Whether this is true or not remains a question, although I had some successes. To be honest, more and more I go out to improve the map of my neighborhood than catching Pokémon. I enjoy discovering new points of interest and putting them on the map. This is my humble way of giving something back to the country where I am a resident since many years.

Here is some more information on Open Street Map in Singapore and don’t forget to follow the Jeerbees blog which provides more details of my journey into the fascinating world of geographic information systems.

Starting with Open Street Map




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Jeerbees is Flemish for “strawberry”. Just as Pokemon Go uses Razz Berries to make catching Pokémon easier, we want to make it easier to catch Pokemon and improve Open Street Map in Singapore.


Pokeman and Jeerbees are responsible for most pictures of Singapore. Other images are courtesy of Unsplash.

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