I already found a solution: all these special characters need to be
added to the function "create_sef" in function.php (around line 800).
For example adding:

$input = str_replace('รค', 'ae', $input);

will solve the problem described above, resulting SEF-URL will also be
readable for the user. So, urlencoding will not be necessary.

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SEF URLS containing non-URL characters
https://bugs.launchpad.net/bugs/235072
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