Much to the delight of car fanatics and travel junkies, 'NEXA Journeys On Asian Highway 1 Driven By S-Cross, the first ever travel show covering the entire stretch of the Asian highway is all set to launch this month. The series will showcase the less explored territory which has raised curiosity amongst the discerning traveler's keen to take up the journey on the ultimate cross country road trip. The adventurous journey of five celebrities on Asian Highway 1 (AH1), will premiere on 21st May at 7\:30 pm only on Discovery Channels (Discovery, Discovery Turbo and Discovery HD)This one-of-a-kind travel show brings together an exclusive partnership between Nexa, symbolic for new experiences, and WorldWide Media, a leading lifestyle and entertainment company. To provide a stunning cinematic experience for its viewers, this show will capture the journey of five different travellers and celebrities on the most adventurous unexplored terrain.Speaking on the initiative Mr. R.S. Kalsi (Executive Director, Marketing \& Sales, Maruti Suzuki) said, NEXA marks the first initiative by an automobile company to go beyond selling cars and create a new format of lifestyle experience for the customers. NEXA Journeys is not just about being able to explore new places; it's about indulging your senses and experiencing new things, trying something unthought-of. Tasting the feeling that money can't buy. NEXA Journeys on Asian Highway 1', is one-of- a-kind travel show that aims to provide a new exclusive format for experience seekers. Commenting the launch, Deepak Lamba, CEO, Worldwide Media, said, The series marks WWM's foray into television production, our aim is to provide holistic branding and marketing solutions to brands we work with, in NEXA we found the ideal partners, to co-create a unique property through cutting-edge content. Nexa Journeys on Asian Highway 1' is truly experiential in its form, and tick marks all the relevant boxes to reinforce the new age phenomenon of content marketing. Our portfolio brands Top Gear Magazine India and Lonely Planet Magazine India are on board as marketing partners and they already have a strong credibility in the auto and travel space which will reflect in the show''.Identifying the travellers for this epic road trip began with choosing five passions viz. acting, cooking, photography, singing and an auto enthusiast. Basis this, five celebrities were chosen, who associated strongly with these passions in their life. Entries were then invited from across India to select five interesting personalities who will accompany the five celebrities through this journey. Actress Pallavi Sharda, Chef Saransh Goila, Fashion photographer Taras Taraporvala, Editor of Top Gear Magazine India Girish Karkera, Singer Natalie Di Luccio, Professional race car driver Hussein Kachwala, Cinematographer Sai Sanil, Media consultant Naved Farooqui, Musician Kunal Kundu and PR consultant and content writer Madhurima Roy will be seen on board taking this life-changing experiential journey. Apart from this, the show will also encapsulate and showcase the different passion of each of the participants such as acting, cooking, photography, singing and writing.This seven episode series will cover the journey of a lifetime for these 10 people which begins from Delhi, as they travel through UP to Varanasi, exploring the treasure trove of culture the oldest city in the world has to offer. Crossing Jorhat in Assam they visit the serene tea gardens as they continued to Majuli the biggest river island in the world situated in the Brahmaputra.Here they experience the unique culture of the locals, travelling on-board ferries which are a way of life on this island. Moving on further to Kohima, a hilly district in Nagaland, they discover the indigenous tribes, their music and the matriarchal society characteristic to most north eastern states. From here their next stop was Manipur to witness the border town of Moreh, located on the India-Myanmar border in the Chandel district, which ignited a sense of patriotism amongst the travellers. Further they crossed the borders of India and move into Bagan in Myanmar known for the Bagan Archaeological Area, where more than 2,000 Buddhist monuments tower over the pristine green plains, this also gave our travellers a peak into the Buddhist culture. In the final leg of the trip, they begin their journey from Myanmar to Bangkok in Thailand which marks the completion of this epic journey.10 travellers, 4325 kilometres, 3 nations, one long road trip, here it's not about the destination but about the journey, experiencing the new, the different and the diverse, exactly what this road trip offers.