Blues boss Antonio Conte admitted that his team was ‘very tired’ after the tour where they played the three games in seven days in the hot and humid conditions.
The Community Shield is just around the corner, with the first chance for silverware up for grabs, and once again the Blues will face the Gunners at Wembley.
But who shined and who had a difficult time in the Far East?
The unfortunate injury to Pedro and Eden Hazard also out of the tour meant that Antonio Conte had to use one of his more inexperienced wingers against Arsenal and Bayern Munich.
With Charly Musonda also struggling with an injury, the Italian turned to Jeremie Boga and he certainly impressed in the role usually taken up by Hazard on the left.
The 20-year-old was direct with his running, showed great skill and has done everything he can to fight for a spot in Conte’s squad next season.
Willian found himself as Chelsea’s most experienced players going forward and he certainly showed why he should be one of the regulars next season.
After his hat-trick against Fulham, he bagged another against Arsenal and was one of Chelsea’s most creative players while Hazard and Pedro were out.
Was used sparingly by Conte last season, but showed once again why he should be on the pitch as much as possible.
With Alvaro Morata joining the squad, this was an important pre-season for Batshuayi to show that he wasn’t just the Twitter King, but that he should have a place in the team.
A brace against Fulham, two more against Arsenal and another against Bayern made him the most profitable player on the tour, even keeping his spot against Inter despite club-record signing Morata starting the game as well.
He had a goal ruled out for offside and missed a big opportunity, but really put himself about. Conte still might want to get in another striker, but Michy certainly gave a good account of himself.
This was a pretty obvious one when it comes to the first loser, as Kenedy was kicked off the tour in disgrace following his social media posts about the Chinese people.
The Brazilian’s future at the club was already under threat, but with only one left wing-back in the form of Marcos Alonso he had an outside shot of making the squad.
That, however, might seem like a distant dream now with Conte looking to bring in someone on the left and Kenedy creating a negative storm around the club while in Beijing.
The young Dane is back from his two-year loan deal at Borussia Monchengladbach and would have been hoping to make an impression to get into the starting XI.
However, he made a late appearance in the win over Arsenal, before starting against Bayern Munich in Singapore. But that didn’t go to plan as the Blues were 3-0 down after 30 minutes and the centre-back was replaced by David Luiz with 20 minutes to go.
He then failed to appear against Inter Milan and the tour did not go exactly to how he would have wanted.
Last season’s multi-award winner did not have the best of tours for the Blues as he struggled to really show his dominant force while in Singapore.
The win over Arsenal was not too bad for the Frenchman, but against Bayern and Inter he looked a little off his usual superb self that we have known over the past couple of seasons.
His passing was quite poor, and wasted possession for Ivan Perisic to score. But we know that Kante is a class act and he will be keen to bounce back in the Community Shield