Another addiction on the Walking Street scene, Infinity Agogo!
Opening its doors on 14th September 2014, Infinity was a smash with locals and tourists alike. One reason it was such a smash was down to its well-executed advertising campaign. That fact that it is owned by the guys that brought you Booze Lounge and Oscars Agogo didn’t hurt either.
As you would expect with a newly refurbished venue, everything in inside is shiny, glossy and fresh looking. It’s a hard venue to miss. With its brightly light, purple sign which juts out, doubling up as a canopy, it really draws you in, like a moth to a flame. From the exterior Infinity is a slim looking venue, but as we have learnt with many of Pattayas bars and clubs, looks can be deceiving.
The slim façade gives way to a very long, surprisingly spacious interior, this is the Tardis of Agogo Bars . The purple theme continues throughout. With all white glossy fittings, lit up by purple lighting and set off with purple lasers. Instead of a catwalk stage Infinity Agogo has a uniquely designed step-like stage that runs along the centre of the club each step is like a podium, complete with pole, giving each girl her own space to show off her skills.
The girls are as beautiful as they are friendly. The white sequined bikinis they wear are ubër sexy and fit in with the theme of the club. At any one time there are around 10-15 girls working the floor and up on the podiums. There is seating for around 60 people making Infinity a beautifully intimate venue.
Happy hour runs from 8 til 10pm where you can get buy one get one free on all bottle beer and house doubles for 199thb. We aren’t mathematicians but at a glance that makes Infinity Agogo one of the cheapest agogo bars on Walking Street.
So if you’re looking for a new venue to add to your night out of Walking Street, check out Infinity Agogo and you won’t be disappointed.