NEW PORTS OF CALL SEVEN SEAS EXPLORER® | 25 SINGAPORE FEATURED UNESCO WORLD HERITAGE SITE: Singapore Botanic Gardens Find tranquility in the center of the city. Founded in 1859, the Singapore Botanic Gardens is an oasis just off of the bustling Orchard Road shopping district. It is the only tropical garden in the world to be honored by UNESCO for its incredible flora and fauna. featured Among the enticing destinations you will visit aboard Seven Seas Explorer® are these new, never-before ports of call for Regent Seven Seas Cruises®: LA ROCHELLE, FRANCE In France, experience the joie de vivre of La Rochelle. Known as La Ville Blanche (the white city), this port glows not only because of its limestone facades, but also because of its gateway to glittering shores, like Ile de Ré, Ile d'Oleron and Fort Boyard. STORNOWAY (HEBRIDES), SCOTLAND In Scotland, arrive in Stornoway and begin an unforgettable Hebridean adventure. The harbor town is the portal to discovering a dramatic island landscape and it's the epicenter of Gaelic culture. Prehistoric standing stones dating back millenniums and Iron Age brochs are just some of the amazing sites you can take in. AALBORG, DENMARK In Denmark, find a harmonious blend between old and new. Aalborg is home to Scandanavia’s largest Viking burial site and to the stunning Aalborg Museum of Modern Art. The social heart of the city is Virgin Anne's Street with its chic restaurants, pubs and patios. PHU MY (HO CHI MINH CITY), VIETNAM In Vietnam, the landscape is sublime, from the Red River Delta to the Mekong. Phu My is the gateway to Ho Chi Minh City, which is best explored on foot so that you can escape the bustle and find tranquil parks, peaceful pagodas and timeless alleyways. Stroll through Skagway For the first time in history Seven Seas Explorer® will sail through the Inside Passage and arrive to Skagway. This compact city is full of historic architecture and interesting stories. Embark on one of our thrilling excursions or simply take a stroll through town — with a sunnier climate, it is the perfect port to explore on foot.