Waterfalls are not only beautiful, but they can also produce hydroelectric power if dams with a generating plant to produce electricity are built in the river. Environmentally this may be a sensitive issue, but as a whole it may be part of the solution.
In Vietnam, hydroelectric power supplies as much as 41.55% of the total electricity production in the country (World Bank compiled number). In comparison, neighboring Thailand only produces about 7% according to Wikipedia.
Coffee is grown extensively in this mountainous region of Vietnam to fuel the thirst for beans to roast and supply to the numerous Coffee houses in todays Vietnam. Coffee and coffee houses are very popular. Cong Caphe is one of the most popular ones. In Saigon coffee houses can be found in apartments, like Coffee Apartment. Directions here if you would like to check it out.
If you like to watch moving items and like the excitement of near misses and expert navigation around obstacles like pedestrians, cars, scooters, bicycles, dogs, lorries, buses or pretty much anything that moves – then Cộng Cà Phê in Ha Noi Vietnam is the place for you! I like the location at the intersection of Nguyēn Hù Huán/Hàng Mâm streets particularly much. But there are many locations so pick your own favorite here!