The operator of a night bazaar in Sheung Wan has come under fire from tenants who complained the facilities were inadequate and the repeated delay in its opening was costing them money. Tenants finally moved into the Sheung Wan Gala Point - a waterfront bazaar based on 1970s and '80s tourist attraction the Poor Man's Nightclub - on Saturday. The bazaar was planned to open at the beginning of last month. But yesterday tenants complained. 'It is only a crude tent made of iron bars and canopy. I thought I would get something better after paying $4,000 a month. It's not worth the money,' one female dry-goods seller said. Another tenant said the sewage system was inadequate: 'If there is heavy rain, the site will be inundated, that's for sure.' Tenants also blamed operator Supermedia Limited for repeatedly delaying the opening date. They said they had missed the Mid-Autumn festival and National Day, which they described as two golden business opportunities. Supermedia, which won a two-year deal in June to run the site, defended itself and accused the tenants of not reading the contract carefully. Mickey Chou, marketing manager for Supermedia, added that the delay in opening was caused by bad weather and that Gala Point would open tomorrow.