Although there have been many studies in system of rice intensification, but a little evidence in relationships with field monitoring system in Indonesia, especially in East Nusa Tenggara Province. East Nusa Tenggara (NTT) Province, a province with consists many islands, typical monsoon climate with low annual rainfall. The aim of this study is using Field Monitoring System (FMS) as an adaptation strategy of system of rice intensification (SRI) cultivation against regional climate change. For this study, field monitoring system was set up in the SRI and conventional field since 26 July 2016 in Kupang, NTT Province that is consisted of three main components, i.e., FieldRouter, Datalogger and the sensors. Here, there are several sensors that have been installed in the field, e.g., solar radiation, rain-gauge and soil moisture. In one planting season, we tried cultivated SRI and conventional rice farming. As the results, the IT field monitoring system showed good performance and reliable for adaptive climate change rice farming with SRI in East Nusa Tenggara. The actual field conditions were monitored well in term of image, numeric, and graphical data acquisition. Based on monitored data, plant growth can be well monitored. In addition, dynamic changes of environmental parameters can be monitored as well. Based on those data, we found that SRI rice farming was more efficient in water use than that conventional rice farming. The water use can be saved up to 12%. SRI also increased water and land productivities respectively were 5.12% and 16.36%. This results proven that SRI can be alternative rice farming that more adaptive to climate change.