Wearing flower garlands and sandals, Katy Perry and Russell Brand should fit right in on their romantic Indian holiday.
But if they'd wanted to blend in to the background, maybe they should have left the essential A-list sunglasses behind.
The couple spent the final day of 2009 touring the Amber Fort at Jaipur, stopping at a market for some holiday trinkets before heading back to their luxury hotel.
As they drove away from the tourist attraction Katy tweeted 'Mercedes and elephants side by side,' referring to the elephant rides offered to tourists at the fort and the chauffeur driven silver Mercedes which drove them around the city.
The pair have been in India since Monday for a two-week New Year holiday.
They spent two days in Delhi, visiting the the country's most iconic site - the Taj Mahal Palace on Tuesday - before flying to the regal Indian state of Rajasthan on Wednesday.
The lovers looked relaxed in the warm Indian sun as they strolled around the 16th century sandstone and marble fort perched on a hill on New Years Eve.
The former palace is a maze of gardens and small buildings, intricately decorated with carvings, mosaics and minute mirror work.
The 34-year-old comedian wore flip-flops and three-quarter length trousers while his American girlfriend wore an all-in-one pink jump-suit.
Katy and Russell's winter getaway is the latest step in their whirlwind romance and is fuelling rumours of an impending engagement.
The 25-year-old singer was reportedly unhappy with Brand's choice of Cartier engagement ring and he was desperately searching for a designer to make something different in time for New Year's Eve.
They are expected to ring in the new year at a luxury hotel where they have booked the presidential suit.
It boasts a grand sitting area, intimate dining space, sun deck on the private terrace, bathroom with private jacuzzi and a glamorous bedroom complete with circular bed.
Katy Perry tweeted 'I'm typing this with one hand... Isn't it lovely? It's Henna!'
I don't like or hate them, but I oddly find them to be a really cute couple.