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Honestly, as a native speaker of Bahasa Indonesia, I have no idea what "uang emas" is. Maybe what they, the contributors, meant is either gold coins or just gold (as a currency?); we don't have an expression of gold as "money" here nor the idea that "gold money" is a thing.
If they're actually referring to gold as a currency, I think it is just "gold" or "gold coins", since I have never known anything in Indonesia about gold used in any other forms as money other than gold coins; which isn't even used in Indonesia, as such things only happened in the past and happens only in fairytales nowadays.