What make/mode laptop is it?
To answer your question, a lot of laptops, particularly gaming laptops with a strong enough CPU, will get warm. Whilst yours isn't the most powerful mobile CPU, or core/thread heavy, idling temps could easily be in those realms.
A couple of factors at play here are the small enclosure of the laptop which really keeps a lot of heat in, and the cooing system itself. Most laptops have barely adequate cooling for modern CPUs they employ.
You can try a few things to keep temps down like using a good cooling pad, with raised back end to allow more airflow through the intakes for your laptop fans. Consider undervolting your CPU. Consider replacing thermal paste with something better.