Travelxp, a travel channel, has launched a new food-driven show and added three enticing destinations to its globally popular ongoing series. The channel claims to have reached over 75 million homes and is known for mainstream travel shows shot on 4K.
Nisha Chothani, Director, Travelxp, said, âThe new show Thali - The Great Indian Meal, celebrates different, unusual but locally very popular culinary treats from all over India. We have also added three beautiful destinations from Uzbekistan to our globally popular series City Breaks. These shows have been created in the best Travelxp traditions of worldclass mainstream travel content shot in exquisite 4k and HD with multicultural hosts for immersive engagement, and will be launched on April 22, in seven global and three Indian languages.â
Thali - The Great Indian Meal is presented by anchor Rohan Patoley, known for his work in the non-fiction lifestyle-based series Strictly Street, Food Highway and Foodicted on Travelxp. The half-hour series will air at 8 pm every Saturday and Sunday.
Patoley will take food and travel aficionados on a quest to explore the flavours and assortments of one of the most traditional fares of India; the Thali. Viewers will explore various aspects of food ranging from street food to lost recipes and luxury cuisines in what will be a great window to understand the culture of every region through the local and unique delicacies it has to offer.
City Breaks will feature three exotic cities from Uzbekistan, which are beautiful, rugged and historic cities. The series airs on weekends at 9.30 pm, and focuses on world cities that are great travel destinations. The series helps viewers see, know and become one with the history, culture and people of each city while savouring its sights, food and traditions. Starting April 22, at 9.30 pm, City Breaks will feature these beautiful aspects in City Breaks Samarkand, City Breaks Bukhara and City Breaks Tashkent, presented by the host, Alex Outhwaite.
City Breaks has featured several beautiful cities including Barcelona, Madrid, Valencia, Prague, Sofia, Brussels, Budapest, Belfast and Dubai.
âThrough these new shows, we wanted to bring our audiences great food and immersive travel destinations,â said Chothani. âThali - The Great Indian Meal will help audiences savour the delicious and unique culinary delights that vary across virtually every 50 to 100 kilometres in India, and City Breaks will present the aura and beauty of intriguing, architecturally brilliant yet simple cities of Uzbekistan â Samarkand, Bukhara and Tashkent,â she said. âThese are a little offbeat, yet need to be on every avid travellerâs list. That is a part of Travelxpâs ongoing mission, and we hope to achieve it this time round too,â Chothani concluded.