Unlike war in central plain of China and Europe, Indonesia was covered with heavyrain forest. Size of trees and leaves are way bigger than any other in the world. Therefore wearing armor will only slow the movement and ended up as bull's eye for poison arrows.
Medieval Indonesian soldiers were usually chest naked and wearing coloured headband to differentiate the kingdom they represented. The battle are usually guerillia style instead of covered in formations. As per pictured drawn in ancient stone tablets (prasasti), high rank general and kings wore partial embroided armored made by gold, as they are heavily influenced by Indian culture. However once they hit the deep forest battlefield, even armies commander will fight almost bare chest.
Indonesia is rich of exotic animals which produced numerous type of poisons. These are applied on the weapon, therefore ones can wear heavy armor, but if the skin were scrached by poison arrow, they would be dead almost instantly. Even modern medicine today won't be able to penetrate half of available poison. This is due to poisons are mixed to generate stonger effect.
When Indonesia was faced with gunpowder era which was brought by the Mongol and Ming, the Muslim culture swipped the nation. High rank commander swapped their golden armor with cotton clothes.
So to answer your question, South East asian nations rarely wore armor like the ones in other nations. Even the Spanish Conquistadors who were always portrayed with heavy chest plate armor in South America are portrayed as uniformed army without armor in South East Asian history.