Internet topology research at the AS-level is generally carried out globally, while lesser research focuses on certain regional topologies. The motivation of this research is to provide a portrait of Indonesia’s Internet topology at the AS-level over the past ten years, from 2009 to 2018; with datasets taken from APNIC and CAIDA. Analysis of ten years consecutive data shows that the number of ASNs allocated for Indonesia has increased by around 114 new ASNs per year, while the average network diameter and path length has been quite constant over the past ten years. The growth in the number of AS nodes and links occurs linearly with a ratio of nodes: links around 1:2.5. Indonesia’s Internet topology at the AS-level has scale-free property, with the presence of hubs in the topology; this results in a robust topology against random attacks with a critical threshold above 90% but still susceptible to targeted attacks.