Challenger and tour debutant, Sultan Almasri of Saudi Arabia had a better start in the final match against Lalisang with a strike in his opening frame but the Indonesian immediately drew level with a strike in the second frame.
Whilst the 20-year-old Saudi could not find a strike through to the sixth frame, Lalisang managed three strikes in alternating frame to take a 24 pins lead up to the sixth frame.
Almasri, in trying to emulate his compatriot, Ammar Tarrad in winning last year's leg, responded with a double in the seventh and eighth frames but Lalisang also downed two strikes in the eighth and ninth frames to maintain his slender lead.
The 37-year-old Indonesian spared his final frame to seal his tenth tour title with a 245-230 victory over Almasri. The champion had to work hard for his place in the final after narrowly defeating 2018 PBA-WBT Busan Cup champion, Annop Arromsaranon of Thailand, 276-265 in the first semi-final match.
Lalisang breezed past another debutant, Kenneth Chua of Philippines, 256-222 in the second round after an easy victory over team-mate, Billy Muhammad Islam, 266-234 in the opening round. Almasri also had to work hard when he edged local favourite, Michael Mak of Hong by one pin in the other semi-final match.