I might have to stop reading Forbes.com travel articles

I’m not sure I understand this article which claims to help people save money on honeymoons. For example take the this excerpt about Cambodia:

Donna Keane, director of the company Distinctive Honeymoons, says that for $1,200 to $1,500 per day, her clients spend 10 days to two weeks in destinations like Cambodia, where they enjoy a champagne breakfast at the sacred temple known as Angkor Wat.

Couples with tighter budgets need not overlook these destinations, however.

I know Forbes is for rich people but what are they talking about when they say you don’t need to spend $1,500 a day in Cambodia? You could spend $50/day in Cambodia though around Angkor Watt and with a little luxury for your honeymoon $200/day ought to be just fine.

They also mention honeymoon gift registries and destination weddings (getting a free reception is common) as ways to save on wedding / honeymoon travel.

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