Filipinos have non-fried rolls called lumpia, which are similar to popiah, but bigger (like, burrito size). The filling is stir-fried and consists of pork, vegetables, dried shrimp, and bamboo shoots. These giant egg-crêpe rolls are traditionally served smothered in garlic sauce, but it's also common to see them served with peanut sauce. Got to have that fried garlic on top though.
Indonesians make a very similar dish called lumpia basah, which is dry, not saucy.