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More than 35,000 soldiers are also on standby to help with evacuations and disaster relief, while shelters have been set up across the island.- Travel misery -Most domestic flights were grounded while 106 international flights affected, Taipei's two main airports said.Dozens of ferries have also been cancelled while crowds packed onto trains along the east coast, before the railway is shut later Thursday evening.
More than 1,300 people were evacuated from their homes in eastern and southern areas prone to landslides, according to the Central Emergency Operation Centre.
Defence Minister Feng Shih-kuan said his office had "prepared for the worst", and had deployed nearly 4,400 soldiers around the island along with hundreds of vehicles, including 14 amphibious vehicles.
Super Typhoon Nepartak barrelled toward Taiwan early Friday, forcing schools and offices to shut and the cancellation of more than 100 flights as residents waited for season's the first major storm to hit.
Soldiers went door-to-door in remote mountainous areas in eastern Hualien and Taitung counties, urging villagers to leave their homes for shelters, while supermarket shelves in Taipei were left bare by residents stockpiling goods.
Uniformed soldiers were also seen on beaches filing sandbags to be sent to low-lying areas in anticipation of the storm, which forced hundreds to evacuated and is expected to make landfall around am Friday (2100 GMT Thursday), according to Taiwan's Central Weather Bureau.