Ryan Bulloch of Australia and Peter Richardson of England, currently the top two players on the ADT Order of Merit, will headline the tournament with rising stars Mithun Perera of Sri Lanka and Jay Bayron of the Philippines.
Rory Hie of Indonesia will spearhead the local charge with Andik Mauludin, Indra Hermawan and Sarmilih at the three-day US$50,000 ADT event staged at the Imperial Golf Club.
Perera, who started his professional career on the ADT, will be eager to hunt down his first ADT victory.
"I started my career on the ADT and the experience has been good for me. I've learned how to handle my game better and I've definitely become a more experienced player," said Perera.
The Bii Maybank ADT Challenge will conclude a two-week ADT Indonesian swing as it is held straight after the inaugural Taman Dayu Championship in Surabaya.
Bulloch, leader of the Order of Merit following his victory at the PGM Terengganu Masters in Malaysia last week, knows he has to be on top of his game to maintain his advantage on the merit list. The top-three players at the end of the season will be afforded Asian Tour cards for 2013.
"It is great to carry a bit of momentum. Winning is a great feeling and I want to continue this into my next tournament for sure," said Bulloch, a former greenskeeper from Perth.
Maybank ambassadors Danny Chia and Shaaban Hussin of Malaysia will also feature in the event which is the sixth leg of the burgeoning ADT. A record total 12th tournaments will be staged this season.