There's more to Asia's vast economy than just China and Singapore, both linchpins of regional growth.
Indonesia is slowly but surely cementing a reputation as a standout in the global economy, aided by a strong domestic economy and a government embracing pro-market reforms. With that in mind, the country recently saw its strongest growth in more than three years.
"Indonesia has been one of the stronger performing EM countries this year outside of countries like Brazil," Clayton Fresk, portfolio manager at Stadion Money Management, which is based in Watkinsville, Georgia, and manages nearly $4 billion in assets, told CNBC recently.
"After experiencing a stable decline in [growth] since 2010 through mid-2015, that trend has reversed and the country is seeing small improvements in that reading over the past year," Fresk added, with employment on the rise and interest rates on the wane.