Ambalchi Temple

Map of the New Logora Region, Ambalchi Temple markedMap of the New Logora Region, Ambalchi Temple marked


According to archaeologists the Ambalchi Temple and its lush gardens were first built over 2500 years ago by the earliest inhabitants of New Logora, the Tanoby. The stone structure is almost completely covered by vibrant plant life of all sorts. Most amazing of all is the fact that it continues to grow the way it has without any human intervention whatsoever, a mysterious property that has earned it the nickname "Babylon Gardens". The area plays host to a large number of New Logora's native Grass-types, all of which are apparently drawn here by its strong natural energy. The only non-Grass-type Pokémon that call the Temple home are a few variants of the mysterious Unown.

Name Origin

corruption of the Hanging Gardens of Babylon + chinampa, a Mesoamerican "floating garden"

Pokémon found in Ambalchi Temple

Temple Gardens

Pokémon Rarity Level Range Encounter Method
Gowatu / Turatal 30% 12–24 / 25+ Walking
Mefflora / Mephodil / Spilotalis 25% 12–19 / 20–30 / 31+ Walking
Exeggcute 20% 12+ Walking
Petilil 15% 12+ Walking
Cherubi / Cherrim 10% 12–24 / 25+ Walking

Temple Interior

Only those with permission from the Revivalists are permitted into this area and beyond. Volunteering to help the Revivalists with some of their ongoing work is usually a good way to get started.

Pokémon Rarity Level Range Encounter Method
Parasect 40% 28+ Walking
Turatal 35% 28+ Walking
Mephodil / Spilotalis 20% 25–30 / 31+ Walking
Unown (D, G, H, V, W, Y) 5% 25+ Walking

Temple Heart/Shrine

Parasect and Cherrim will evolve (into Paracordis and Cerisol, respectively) if leveled up in this area.

Pokémon Rarity Level Range Encounter Method
Unown (D, G, H, V, W, Y) 99% 30+ Walking
Unown (!, ?) 1% 30+ Walking

Nearby Locations

  North: N/A  
West: N/A Ambalchi Temple East: N/A
  South: Route NL4 / Denath Plains  
Other Nearby Places: N/A