Around 312 Flights and train services in Taiwan were cancelled due to Torrential rain and heavy storm.
A typhoon battered Taiwan with winds up to 112 mph and the Island has come to a standstill.
More than 250,000 households were without electricity. More than 10,000 people had to be evacuated. Typhoon victims are blown down the streets while others are forced to cling to railings
Typhoon Nesat made landfall at 11am in eastern Yilan county, whipping up huge waves raising over 50 feet.
The Singapore Airlines had already suspended Taipei bound flights yesterday anticipating the imminent typhoon where 520 people were stranded at Changi International Airport.
Several airlines have announced cancellations of flights scheduled to depart from or arrive in Taiwan on Saturday, due to the expected effects of approaching Typhoon Nesat.