"We missed the gold at the last games and we were determined to do better this time round. We're so happy to have won the first gold medal for our country after a disappointing first day."
"We kept pushing each other and encouraging each other throughout the six games and we never gave up our hope of winning the gold," said the 32-year-old Limansantoso, who is also making her third SEA Games appearance.
"There are many more events to come and we'll continue to put in our whole-hearted effort in the hope of take home more medals."
The first Indonesian pair of Nadia Pramanik and Aldila Indryati managed to finish eighth with 2325 while the third pair of Novie Phang and Putty Armein ended in 14th position.
Meanwhile in the earlier Men's Doubles event, Billy Muhammad Islam and Hardy Rachmadian earned Indonesia's second bronze medal after the pair finished third with 2615. Malaysia added another one-two finish to win the gold and silver medal with 2647 and 2630 respectively.