The pontianak (Dutch-Indonesian spelling: boentianak) is a vampiric ghost in Malay and Indonesian mythology. It is also known as a matianak or kuntilanak, sometimes shortened to kunti. The pontianak are said to be the spirits of woman who died while pregnant. This is often confused with a related creature, the lang suir, which is the ghost of a woman who died while giving birth

The pontianak, from Indonesian folklore. A vampiric spirit said to be ghost of a dead, pregnant woman.

Pandhi Andaga, Javanese vs Buginese Warrior

This looks to me like a fighting part in a classical Javanese dance, Wajang Wong perhaps. Previous pinner identifies this as Indonesia Martial Arts - Pencak Silat

Javanese Dancers Photographic Print at

Javanese Dancers

Javanese Male Dancer Photographic Print at

Javanese Male Dancer Photographic Print at