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Ko Yao Yai has no public transport so you'll need to hire a taxi or your own wheels to explore the island. Most resorts will arrange motorbike rental for you, charging anywhere between 300 and 500 baht per day, though cheaper rentals at 250 baht daily are available at some of the shops found along the main roads. Bicycling is another way to get around and some resorts offer bikes for rent.
Yao Yai does not have any roving taxis or tuk-tuks so you'll need to arrange taxi hire via your resort or one of the handful of tour offices around the island. Travelling by foot is not a bad way to go either, and if you walk, within minutes someone driving a pick-up truck will usually stop to offer a lift.
Car rental is available at one shop in Prunai village (look for the sign), otherwise you can bring a car over from Phuket on the car ferry.