Mom Luang Pin Malakul (Thai: ????????????? ???????, 24 October 1903 – 5 October 1995) was a Thai professor, educator and writer.
His contributions to education in Thailand include the establishment of various institutions of higher education, the introduction of fixed class schedules, and the implementation of teacher-training programmes.
In his career he served as Director-General of the Department of General Education, later becoming Permanent Secretary, and Minister, of Education.
He was also a member of the Executive Board of UNESCO.
His writings earned him the title of National Artist in 1987, and the 100th anniversary of his birth was celebrated by the UNESCO in 2003 as recognition of his contribution to the advancement of education in Thailand and Southeast Asia.