Pokémon GO Is Finally In Malaysia And The PokeStops Are Too Funny

Shrines seem to be a hotspot.

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Nearly a month after it was first released in the US, Pokémon GO is finally available for download in Malaysia. Ready to catch 'em all?

Our colleague caught Eggs. :D

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PokéStops in Malaysia that have been spotted so far have been quite amusing, like, this shrine in a carpark in PJ...

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This temple...

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Apparently, shrines seem to be a hotspot:

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And this bucket list wall...

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While scratching her head, our writer caught a Pikachu in Bandar Utama!

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How many have you caught? Any funny locations?

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Malaysia is among 15 new countries announced on Saturday

Other countries and regions include Brunei, Cambodia, Indonesia, Laos, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, Vietnam, Taiwan, Papua New Guinea, Fiji, Solomon Islands, Federated States of Micronesia, and Palau.

The game can be downloaded on both the iOS app store and the Android Play store.

Grab and Hotlink have jointly prepped four limited edition PokéMobile cars for trainers to hunt down Pokémons in Malaysia:

Speaking of which, can we now expect these things to happen?

The game has taken the world by storm since its launch in early July. However, it's not without its share of controversy. Even before it was launched, Penang Mufti wanted the game to be declared 'haram', and the IGP had said that police will monitor Pokémon GO.

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