The present study was carried out to elucidate the potential of Muntingia (M.) calabura leaveschloroform extract (MCCE) as antinociceptive, anti-inflammatory and antipyretic agents usingvarious animal models. The dried powdered leaves of M. calabura (20 g) were soaked in chloroformfor 72 h and the supernatant obtained was then evaporated to dryness. The crude dried extract (0.912g), dissolved in dimethyl sulfoxide (1:20; w/v) and considered as a stock solution (100%concentration/strength), was then diluted to the concentrations of 10 and 50% and used together in allexperimental models. The MCCE was found to show significant (P < 0.05) antinociceptive andantipyretic activities, but less remarkable anti-inflammatory activity. Only the antinociceptive activityof MCCE measured using the abdominal constriction test and in the first phase of the formalin testoccurred in a concentration-dependent manner. The anti-inflammatory activity of 50 and 100%concentrations MCCE was observed only at the range of time interval of 60 - 120 and 60 min,respectively. Based on the results, we conclude that the M. calabura leaves chloroform extractpossessed remarkable antinociceptive and antipyretic, but less effective anti-inflammatory, activitiesand thus justifies the Peruvian folklore claims of its medicinal values.