Vasai Fort entrance
|Elevation||11 m (36 ft)|
|Time zone||IST (UTC+5:30)|
|Post Office Pin Code||401201/2|
|Vidhan Sabha constituency||Vasai|
The Portuguese built Bassein Fort here to strengthen their naval superiority over the Arabian Sea. In the 18th century, the fort was taken over by the Maratha army and fell in 1739 after a three-year-long campaign.
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Overall climate is equable with high rainfall days and very few days of extreme temperatures. The temperature varies from 22–36 °C (72–97 °F). In winter temperature is between 12–25 °C (54–77 °F) while summer temperature ranges from 36–41 °C (97–106 °F). Out of total rainfall, 80% rainfall is experienced during June to October. Average annual rainfall is 2,000–2,500 mm (79–98 in) and humidity is 61—86%, making it a humid-prehumid[clarification needed] zone. The driest days are in winter while the wettest days are experienced in July.
There are numerous schools in the town. Most famous are the St. Augustine's High School, Vidya Vikasini Institutions, Holy Cross High School. The main colleges are the Vartak College and TB College. 
The eastern part of Vasai is highly industrialised, with small and medium scale units producing a wide variety of goods.
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