I always wonder how many times Indonesians are going to keep asking this silly question as a means to promote their country. It doesn't help, people. When they hear something negative, they get angry. Simply silly. When asking questions like these, be prepared to hear the good and the bad.
I've lived here for a very long time and these are the things I see every day in Indonesia:
1) lack of logic on the part of Indonesian citizens
2) rampant corruption and bribery on absolutely all levels of day to day existence
3) always having an ulterior motive
4) sickness, disease, suffering and death
5) medical malpractice/substandard health care
6) people not giving a damn about their neighbors unless there's something in it for them
7) a government that has no idea how to implement social programs or to even govern itself
8) dirty water, food and air
9) citizens who are personally irresponsible and unethical
10) lack of personal hygiene
11) religious fanaticism
13) women who accept and promote sexism
14) lack of infrastructure
15) raw sewage in rivers, lakes, streams and oceans
16) people with no desire to work hard to improve their country and the situation here; it's always somebody else's fault (for example, every time it floods, they blame it on the government, instead of blaming themselves for throwing plastic bags, bottle, used mattresses and car tires into the waterways - fools)
17) lack of education past primary levels
19) laziness and lack of motivation
20) always having a hand out for a hand-out
And the list could go on. Indonesia is going to be existing with similar conditions for at least the next 50 years, I predict. Indonesian citizens and their government simply don't care enough to really do anything about the current state of affairs.
And I challenge anybody, Indonesian or otherwise, to prove me wrong.
Many years of living in Indonesia.