Mount Kinabalu in North Borneo is a 10 million year old pluton. A pluton is a magma plume from the mantle which was not able to reach the surface and erupt as a volcano, but solidified underground and has since been exposed by erosion.
It is reported that Kinabalu is rising at a rate of 5mm per year, pushed up by forces from below. In 2015 there was a powerful earthquake which killed 18 people. With volcanoes, rising terrain and earthquakes are often a portent of more dramatic things to come, though not necessarily imminently. Could this also be true of plutons?