I dont think yours is for sure an Indo it could be a Pulcher from different waters. This whole wide bar thing is way out of hand. Not all Pulcher have 3 bars on each side and the 2 tail stripes. This fish could be what is called a CT Cambodian Tiger which are in many's opinion Pulcher's other think they are Microlepis.
theres no way thats a cambodian tiger.
definately an Indonesian Tiger
When I got into the hobby, no one knew what a tiger was.
Look at my old posts on arofanatics from 2000, all we had was 2 pics of a tiger in community aro tank on japanese website.
Since those early days in 2000 when we were all trying to find ANY tiger (or what a tiger even was!) an amazing amount of data has come forward.
Now they have been reclassified but there is still so much confusion in the hobby.
I still stick by the general rules of thumb that seem to have held true.
1 tail stripe = siamese tiger (thin bar, wide bar, split bar)
2 tail stripe = indonesian tiger (wide bar, 5 bar, split bar)
"rusty" stripes and metallic body = cambodian tiger..
now i know thats not 100% accurate, you can get IT with with 1 tail stripe (usually bars running together tho), and you can find ST with 2 tail stripes (usually split bar tho)
I would really like to see a dna map of all the tiger and phoenix species and have them reclassified again based on that.
*edit : forgot south american tiger " Silver tiger"