Nickelodeon, television giant children, plans to build a theme park under water in the Philippines.
The fun is set in the breathtaking atmosphere of Palawan - it's the best island voted world number one by Travel + Leisure.
Inspired by celebrity shows such as SpongeBob SquarePants and Dora Mutant Ninja Turtles Explorer, the park will be designed to give the opportunity to "interact with the brand and the iconic characters they love" fans, according to a statement.
To create an unforgettable experience, visitors will enjoy breathtaking views of the sea underwater restaurants and lounges 20 meters below sea level.
The park is in a group of 16 white sand islands in the context of an underwater-themed development of 400 hectares (988 acres) are located, which is expected to be completed by 2020.
"We are very pleased with the partnership with Coral World Park (CWP), to open the world's first underwater attraction and the first of its kind," said Gerald Raines, senior vice president of global recovery at Nickelodeon's Viacom International Media Networks (VIMN) Nickel complex in Southeast Asia as we expand our thematic activities in Asia and around the world. "
But the theme park plans have been criticized due to the fact that Palawan is a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve and home to a World Heritage Marine Park.
The magical area is considered one of the most beautiful on the planet, currently a pristine jewel of natural beauty.
Vince belts, Oceans campaign of Greenpeace Southeast Asia, said the idea of environmental concerns.
He said: "It is very insignificant for them it is a theme park to set in paradise.
"The project basically to destroy the marine ecosystem."
The activist told AFP: "It is sad and scary because such a large theme park does not promote environmental protection through the development of these structures.
"For a viewing terrace of compilation, if you have a paradise to enjoy it all?"
But the VIMN statement said conservation at the forefront of plans would do.
"When you are done, CWP is of five major types, the largest coral reef conservation program in Asia, with the largest marine reserve in Asia being. Dolphins, manatees, seahorses, turtles and whale sharks"
"We take very careful measures to ensure that biodiversity is preserved," Coral World Park president Paul Monozca told AFP.